Updated January 2, 2018
Vacations with a little adventure
Yellowstone 1995 - photo essay of Hayden Valley filled with buffalo and our favorite swimming holes.
Grand Gulch, Utah, 1997 - exploring a canyon filled with ancient Anasazi cliff dwellings.
Molas Pass, CO, 1997 - hiking through wild flowers at 12,000 near the Continental Divide.
Family photos from May 2001. (sorry about the pop-up ads)
Southwest USA, 2001 - Lots of canyon hikes.
Wyoming and Oregon, 2003 - Mountains and sandboarding.
Southwest USA, 2005 - Rockies, canyons, Vegas - just the guys.
Family photos from 2013 - assorted vacations and our Germany trip.
Colorado-Utah bike trip 2014 - a typical Holwick vacation, including disaster.
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The Holwick family
David and Celeste met in 1978
while he was in Gordon-Conwell Seminary in Massachusetts. They lived
in an attic apartment in Ipswich, then a trailer in Pepperell, and then
served their first church in West Lafayette, Ohio, in 1982. We moved to
Ledgewood, New Jersey, in 1989. Our house is right next to the church and
was infamous for the tall skateboard ramps in the backyard (quietly
destroyed after he left for college). We homeschooled all our children
before sending them to Roxbury High School. All of them moved to
Denver and have since scattered across the country - Lake Tahoe NV, Lakewood
CO, Albany NY, and Beverly MA. Dan and Kara made us grandparents in
July 2015 with little William Weston.
Our ministry has a special emphasis on Bible studies and one-on-one discipleship. Celeste also has a gift for youth work.
Our passions in life include hiking, camping in National Parks, and bike riding. David is an avid amateur astronomer and has observed over 400 asteroids and 600 galaxies with his 10" Dobsonian telescope. He is also a stained-glass hobbyist and creates reproduction Tiffany lamps for family and friends. The current (much-delayed) project is a full-sized window for the church.
Our current pet is Carol the Cat who followed the church Christmas carolers home in 2011. She had a litter of four and each found a nice home. We made sure she wouldn't have any more.
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