Friends from Ohio, Florida, North Carolina and Pennsylvania spent a week in Scotland and took the O-R along to the Old Course at St. Andrews. From left are Steve Culbertson, Paul Harton of Washington, George Kitchens, John Dumford, Mark Socinski of Presto, Frank Gomez of Washington, Brad Burris and Matt Lawton.
Sue Bender of Langeloth and family took the O-R along while visiting Port St. Lucie, Fla., fro the high school graduation of Aaron Bender. Shown with Sue are William and Marcy Bender and their children, Autumn, Ashley and Mark, of Albion, and Michael and Deb Bender and their children, Emily and Isabella, from Langeloth.
Irma Furbee, Bobbie Jo Gunn, Mamie Furbee and Joe Furbee took the O-R along to Reno, Nev.
This group took the O-R along to Folly Beach, S.C. Front row, from left, are Linda Pollock, Cathie Giachetti, Mary Thompson and Joyce Winters. Back row, from lefts, are Dave Pollock, Lou Giachetti, Herb Thompson and Bill Winters.
George and Janet Elich of Eldersville and family, Dave and Lisa Stiffler and family, Mike and Lesli Maltony and family, Dave and Jenny Pursley and family, and Alex and Emmy Medina took the O-R along on a western Caribbean cruise.
George and Nancy McMullen, Stacey McMullen, Michael Parker and Cassandra Clayton took the O-R along to Point Udall, the easternmost point in the United States, in St Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Tom, Mary and Carly Holmes, Norabeth, Adam and David Gill, Craig Wolf, Kevin and Nancy Kern, Savanah Avery, Jennifer Tucker and Brenda and Colton Kesneck took the O-R along to Nags Head, N.C.
Mallory, Mark and Kathy Keenan, Susanne Murphy Keenan and Brandon Keenan, Dorothy and Ed Caffrey and Jean and Ed Murphy took the O-R along to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, for Brandon and Susanne's beach wedding.
John, Sam, Luke, Marna, Scott and Emily Day took the O-R along to President George H.W. Bush's summer home in Kennebunkport, Maine.
Ron and Sally Cline of Avella took the O-R along to Virginia Beach.
Megan Pendleton and Rachel Randolph took the O-R on a shopping trip to the Mall of America in Minnesota.
Bill and Bev Grimes of Rogersville took the O-R along on a two-week vacation in Ireland.
Colleen Carlson, Tonya Wall, Crystal David, Alex Roberts, Scott Miller, Michelle Miller, Dale Miller and Corie Miller took the O-R along to Erie.
Carl and Bonnie Zellie of Washington took the O-R along on an East Coast trip that took them to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Havre de Grace, Md., and Philadelphia.
Tim Conner, DeeDee Conner, Riley Conner, Eva Conner, Jacob Bendik, Candy Conner, Sandy Duke, Brooke Bozic and Ashlee Conner took the O-R along to Ocean City, Md.
J. Albert and Becky O'Brien Spence of North Franklin Township took the O-R along as they celebrated their silver wedding anniversary with a two-week Alaskan land and sea excursion.
Cam and Paul Lacko of Monongahela took the O-R along when they visited friends Ann and Mark Harris in Australia.
Mark and Jean Juliani of Cecil took the O-R along to the Tall Ships Festival in Norfolk, Va.
From left, Cliff, Jeremy and Jesse Smigiel took the O-R to dinner after touring Universal in Orlando, Fla.
Kerry and Joe Pigeon III of Scenery Hill took the O-R along to Bellamy Mansion in Wilmington, N.C.
Christina and John Bunner took the O-R along to Ocean City, Md.
The Anawanna Anglers took the O-R along to Port Clinton, Ohio. Front row, from left, are Dom Neff, Matthew Berry and Nick Neff. Top row, from left, are Matt Berry, Steve Berry and Rick Cox.
Brenda and Jim Moore of McMurray took the O-R along on a bobsled run at Utah Olympic Park in Park City, Utah, home of the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Bob Bradford, Katy Gibson and Brett Gombita took the O-R along to Hendrick Motorsports in Charlotte, N.C.
Laura Perri, Laura LaBella and Jodi Pliska took the O-R along to Niagara Falls, Canada, for the first Niagara Falls Women's Half Marathon.
Dave and Barbara Russell and Jim and Rose Bayne took the O-R along to Florida to celebrate the Baynes' 47th anniversary.
Paul, Deanna, Evan and Mason Kraeer took the O-R along on a visit with their longtime friends, the Goodmans, in Genoa, Ohio. Evan and Mason are shown with all the Goodman grandchildren and a Massey Ferguson combine that is used on the Goodman farm.
Jim Lyle took the O-R along on his trip to Rainbow River Lodge on the Copper River in Alaska.
The Chartiers-Houston varsity football team took the O-R along to camp at the University of Cincinnati.
From left, Norman Delvecchio, Ellen Delvecchio, Linda Karchella and Zane Karchella, all of Muse, took the O-R along on a cruise that brought them to Cozumel, Mexico, among other locations.
Deborah Borck-Chapman of Washington took the O-R along to Mesa, Ariz., where she visited with her Aunt Helen.
Franklin and Karen Sue Kuzy of Washington took the O-R along to the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, during a 41-day cruise from Singapore to South Africa.
Richard and Carol Balaz of Washington took the O-R along to Niagara Falls in Canada.
Bill and Linda Wolfe took the O-R along while visiting with their son and his family in Kaukauna, Wis. They are shown with grandchildren Elias, Henry and Linnea.
Jodi Burns-Ward and Charles Ward hold the O-R just after their wedding at the Elvis Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nev.
The O-R was on display as members of "Team Ginger" participated in the City of Pittsburgh Half Marathon and raised $4,250 for cancer research in memory of Virginia Lesako, a Washington County resident who died last year. From row, from left, are Ed Morascyzk, Kristen Lesako, Ethan Lesako, Stacey Beam, Dante Srsic, Julia Naser, Matteo Lesako and Isabella Lesako. Back row, from left are EJ Morascyzk, Lon Naser, Dominic Srsic, TJ Srsic, Morgan Payla, Erica Beam, Dylan Trakas, Mark Lesako, Elaine Morascyzk, Angela Srsic and Mike Lesako.
Mario Mullig, second from left, and members of his family took the O-R along to Vernasso in Udine Province, Italy, where his parents, a brother and two sisters lived before immigrating to the United States in the 1920s. They also visited Venice and this site overlooking the Adriatic Sea near Trieste. With Mario, from left, are son Robert of Chicago, wife Virginia, daughter and son-in-law Maureen and Brian Sullivan of Chicago and daughter Suzanne Scott of Ashburn, Va.
Barb and Tom Knight took the O-R along to the American cemetery by Omaha Beach in Normandy, France.
Sue Ann Armstrong of Washington, with other members of the WVU Alumni Band, took the O-R along on the band's fifth annual European concert tour, this time to the Baltic countries.
Joyce and Rick Watson, Kathy and Ray Swihart and Joy and Bob Lauric took the O-R along to Dreams Palm Beach in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Steven Caumo and his dad took the O-R along to the Three Broomsticks Inn at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Studios, Orlando, Fla.
Cheyenne Snyder and Madison Beck took the O-R along to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.
Frank and Mary Scandale of Canonsburg took the O-R along while visiting relatives in San-Giovanni-In-Fiore-Province of Casena and Rosello Province of Chieti, Italy.
Washington County School Retirees took the O-R along on their Cape Cod trip. Touring the Elms mansion in Newport, R.I., were, front row, Ray and Nancy Racunas, Earl and Marta Bugaile, Maryann Tharp, Connie Marano, Jackie Hammond, Carolyn and Tony Comfort and Jay Marano, second row, Ray and Jane Bohn, Dave Hammond, Enod and Sal Pusateri, Joyce and John Orlando, and third row, Judith McCarty, Mary Davis, Janet Wood, Emmy Homitz, Pat Christy, Lynda Wahl, Susan Stonebreaker and Dorie Karner.
The Brightwell family - Colton, Kassidy, Karin and Mark - took the O-R along to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
Ed and Carol Imperatore of Canonsburg took the O-R to Skagway while touring Alaska.
Ryan Spence of Monongahela took the O-R along to Malibu, Calif.
Bill and Jean Ann Wylie and Becky and Jack Wharton took the O-R aboard the Oasis of the Seas for a cruise of the eastern Caribbean.
Susan Smiley, Jana Spahr, Darcy Dennis, Janice Smiley, Jade Churby and Lindsay DiRemigio took the O-R along to Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Dave and Debbie Dague of Washington took the O-R on a cruise to the Bahamas while spending the month of March in Florida.
Ken and Micki Bruner of Washington took the O-R along to Cossano, Canavese, Italy, where they met relatives and friends and stayed at La Fufi Bed & Breakfast. While on vacation, they celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary.
Teachers, students and parents from Bentworth High School took the O-R along to Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany.
Connie and Margie Constantine of Houston took the O-R along to Ketchikan during an Alaskan cruise.
Gerald Shelton of Prosperity took the O-R along to Fort Riley, Kan., where he is seated in front of the civilian wall of a memorial to the Vietnam War dead.
Maddie Pulaski, Lexi Lohm and Sophie Pulaski took the O-R along to Virginia Beach.
A.J., Joy, A.J., Alaina and Paul Williamson, Betsy Heinz and Carol Shook took the O-R along to Disney World during Tropical Storm Debbie. Alaina performed with her dance group in between the raindrops.
Peggy and Dick Durbin, Ted Bury and Mary Jo Kennedy, Bill and Judy McCarrell and Ken and Stacey McCarrell took the O-R along to Roatan, Honduras, during a Caribbean cruise.
Olivia Duball and Seva Mahramus took the O-R along to the Eiffel Tower during Washington & Jefferson College's "Chemistry of Perfume" class in Paris.
The Bensons, Cillos, Burts and McKahans took the O-R to the Alamo while in San Antonio, Texas, for the Hassinger-Henricksen wedding.
Kenneth E. Britten of Houston took the O-R along to Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Jack Burnfield and his son, Bruce, took the O-R along to The Diamond, home to the Richmond Flying Squirrels baseball team. It marked the 18th year that they have taken a minor league baseball tour, and they have now watched a game in 99 stadiums.
After playing ball in her grandparents' backyard Eva Grace Merante granddaughter of Marilyn and Ed Malinowski of Canonsburg rests on a bed of autumn leaves made just for her by her pap. (Marilyn Malinowski)
Greg and Kathie Williams of Lone Pine visited the Little Sisters of St. Francis in Nairobi, Kenya.