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# Monday, May 16, 2011
Take Two and Call Us in the Morning ...
Posted by Diane

Welcome back to all the genealogists experiencing conference hangover this Monday morning! (The National Genealogical Society annual conference wrapped up over the weekend in Charleston, SC.)

We can’t wait for our own Allison Stacy to stagger skip back into the office to share all the conference happenings!

In the mean time, here's a photo from our booth in the exhibit hall:



On the left is Jennifer Woods from the Climbing My Family Tree blog, then Allison, and that’s Cheryl Cayemberg from the Have You Seen My Roots? blog on the right, with Jennifer’s daughter Ellie.

Both bloggers were voted to the 2011 Family Tree 40 in the New Blogs category. Check out their reports from the conference and Jennifer's stunning photographs. (And check out Ellie's NGS video report here.) Thanks to Jennifer for sending this photo, as well.

Scroll down to see our posts with NGS conference news. Did you go? How was it? Have you recovered from the travel, walking, talking, sightseeing and most of all, brain overload?

Genealogy Events | Genealogy fun
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