Well, I have been a lazy blogger... Actually a very busy one, just not at blogging for the moment. I have gotten new information from my researcher in Germany on my Hoeke, Geissler lines from Sueptitz, Elsnig, Grosswig and Beilrode. I still haven't got it all organized. And on top of that, work has been really hectic for me in the last month. But I have had much better health than I have had in quite a while and so someone I am still going at it full speed. So today was the opening day of the Rootstech conference at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City. FamilySearch was the host and had many sponsors and groups which collaborated and helped. I took a couple of pics. Here they are:
Over 3,000 participants were signed up. Jay Verkler in his keynote address said that we are envisioning the year 2060 (therefore my title). And what technology will be like in that year and how it will affect the genealogy world. Hard to imagine. But by then I will be in my early 100's and if alive at a yuchy care facility! So I will imagine the next 20 years and that will be enough for this researcher! Have fun at the rest of the conference!