November 15, 2017

Cape Point – South Africa

Posted by: johncohn @ 3:52 am

Hi John
I hope everything is great with you and family. Here is the last stone I placed at Cape Town and

here is the url for 360 photo:
Sam’s Stone at Cape Point https://theta360.com/s/oWwnjbJ7ymvCHrkfVCZEmPgIK

here is 360 photo source:

and normal (!) photos..

so, since I have no more Sam’s Stone, we have to meet again 🙂

wish you great day/week. reha

Reha YURDAKUL
East Africa and West & Central Africa CTA Technical Leader
KENYA +254 707 775327 eMail: rehay@ke.ibm.com
TURKEY +90 530 317 1184 eMail: rehay@tr.ibm.com

Assistant: Janet Odondi
Phone: +254 20 2834000 Ext 464
Mobile: +254 724 645 145
Email: JANET@ke.ibm.com

November 13, 2017

Maidenhead – UK

Posted by: johncohn @ 6:06 pm

Freind Andy writes: Check out my ride!

Check out Marlow Riders on Strava.com! It’s a 33.2 mi ride I did on Saturday, November 11, 2017.

“Lovely ride with the Autumn colours”

See you on Strava!
— Your friends at Strava

November 3, 2017

Wailing wall – Jerusalem

Posted by: johncohn @ 9:58 am

We visited Jerusalem Monday and went to the Wailing Wall. I placed a samstone there. It was quite an experience to be there. Thinking of all of you.

November 2, 2017

Red Rooster Restaurant – Woodstock, VT

Posted by: johncohn @ 3:09 am

Name = Jamile Sims

Email = jamile@jamile.com

File attached = IMG_6790.jpeg

Message =
I placed a stone for Sam on October 8, 2017 at a historical inn in

Woodstock, VT. While waiting for lunch at the Red Rooster Restaurant,
I walked through the lobby of the inn and placed the stone on a table
set up for a chess game.

October 25, 2017

Hole -in-the-Wall Park, Grand Manan, Canada

Posted by: johncohn @ 4:15 am

Name = Kevin B.

Email = wandering.ventures@outlook.com

File attached = photo (Sam Stone at

Hole -in-the-Wall Park, Grand
Manan) 21 Oct 2017.jpg

Message =
I placed a SamStone on 21 October 2017, at Hole-in-the-Wall Park,
located on Grand Manan, in the
Bay of Fundy, in the Canadian Maritime Province of New Brunswick,
Canada (photo attached).

Bastian – Virginia

Posted by: johncohn @ 3:13 am

Name = Tamara

Email = Tammielowry@yahoo.com

Message =
I found a Samstone in Bastian, Virginia outside the medical clinic
where I was taking my elderly mother and father to their doctor visit.
It was a bright spot to our day. Thank you.

October 17, 2017

Head Harbour Lighthouse – New Brunswick, Canada

Posted by: johncohn @ 11:51 pm

Name = Kevin B.

Email = wandering.ventures@outlook.com

File attached = photo (Sam Stone at Head Harbour Lighthouse) 10 Oct
2017.jpg

Message =
Greetings,

I found a SamStone on 10 October 2017, on a picnic table at the

Head
Harbour Lighthouse viewing area, located on Campobello Island, in the
town of Wilsons Beach, in New Brunswick, Canada (photo attached).

Cheers,

Kevin B.

October 8, 2017

Schlierschied – Germany

Posted by: johncohn @ 5:32 pm

It’s Schlierschied. Here is the exact address:


In der Struth 18
D-55483 Schlierschied
Germany

Hi John,,,,,I hope you’re well and enjoying a sweet summer. All is well here. The summer has been wonderful. Lots of time in the studio, doing house projects, family and on my bike. The PMC was last weekend and it was another glorious weekend. David sent my opening ceremonies piece to the group. I hope you had some time to watch it.

I was in Germany and Denmark in June teaching three workshops and giving three slide talks. Of course I carried a few Sam Stones with me. I placed them where I was teaching and staying. I told the groups about the Sam Stones before I placed them and they stood with me in memory of Sam. I’m sending you pictures of the stones in the places that they rest. Some of the pics are large so I’ll send in multiple emails.

Attached here:
Schlerischeild, Germany. This is the pottery studio where I taught and stayed.
Morsdorf, Germany. This is the home of one of the students who I stayed with for a few days after the workshop

More in the next email,

Steven

Steven Branfman
43 Chinian Path (M Roadway) via Googlemaps: https://goo.gl/maps/o5J66mBZy8K2
Newton, MA 02459
ph: 617/964 0442
cell: 617/447 3500
studio: 781/449 7687
fax: 781/449 9098
www.thepottersshop.com/steven-branfman

Will you join me in helping to rid the world of childhood cancer? Please support my efforts in the Pan Mass Challenge http://www.pmc.org/profile/SB0159(See attached file: Schleirscheid3.JPG)(See attached file: Morsdorf1.JPG)(See attached file: Morsdorf2.JPG)(See attached file: Morsdorf3.JPG)

Morsdorf – Germany

Posted by: johncohn @ 4:27 pm

Hi John,,,,,I hope you’re well and enjoying a sweet summer. All is well here. The summer has been wonderful. Lots of time in the studio, doing house projects, family and on my bike. The PMC was last weekend and it was another glorious weekend. David sent my opening ceremonies piece to the group. I hope you had some time to watch it.

I was in Germany and Denmark in June teaching three workshops and giving three slide talks. Of course I carried a few Sam Stones with me. I placed them where I was teaching and staying. I told the groups about the Sam Stones before I placed them and they stood with me in memory of Sam. I’m sending you pictures of the stones in the places that they rest. Some of the pics are large so I’ll send in multiple emails.

Attached here:
Schlerischeild, Germany. This is the pottery studio where I taught and stayed.
Morsdorf, Germany. This is the home of one of the students who I stayed with for a few days after the workshop

More in the next email,

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Steven

Steven Branfman
43 Chinian Path (M Roadway) via Googlemaps: https://goo.gl/maps/o5J66mBZy8K2
Newton, MA 02459
ph: 617/964 0442
cell: 617/447 3500
studio: 781/449 7687
fax: 781/449 9098
www.thepottersshop.com/steven-branfman

Will you join me in helping to rid the world of childhood cancer? Please support my efforts in the Pan Mass Challenge http://www.pmc.org/profile/SB0159

Checkpoint 300 – Israel

Posted by: johncohn @ 3:35 pm

Name = Luca Tausel

Email = lucatausel@gmail.com

Message =
Hi John,

This SamStone is at a bus stop on the West Bank Wall at Checkpoint
300.

This trip made me understand maybe 1% of the complexity of an occupied
territory and it is astonishing.

A hug
Luca

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