Dan Watts

Profile Updated: May 6, 2021
Dan Watts
Residing In: Cascade, MI USA
Spouse/Partner: Sue Caskey Watts, retired teacher from Nebraska
Homepage: www.danwatts.com
Occupation: retired photographer
Children: No kids, but lots of ducks, geese, frogs and toads, deer, lots of song birds and other assorted creatures. More…We love living in the woods on the bayou.
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My career as a commercial/industrial photographer has allowed Sue and me to travel quite a bit and we've really taken advantage of overseas projects. We've done photography in 37 countries on 5 continents and have enjoyed the opportunities to experience so many other cultures. My last major project was for Amway and Marriott, decorating all the guest rooms in the JW Marriott with my photography of Grand Rapids' Sister Cities in Japan, Ghana, Italy, Poland and Mexico. We spent a year and a half photographing, printing and framing nearly 1,500 prints for the hotel rooms and public areas. Shortly thereafter, I retired from contract work and started to immerse myself into genealogy research, which has been a real eye-opener.

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May 28, 2021 at 5:12 PM

Posted on: May 12, 2021 at 5:33 PM

Hey Dean, you're older than me! The things you learn in old age. So happy birthday next week. Sue and I are doing well and have survived the pandemic so far...thankfully. But I don't think we will survive another Michigan winter. We've had both of our shots so we will be hitting the road when we feel that it's wise to do so. We ruled out Florida (ugly weather and bad traffic), and ruled out Mexico (looked at houses in Ensenada on the Pacific coast and considered San Miguel north of Mexico City, but it didn't work out). Sue's sister moved to Phoenix awhile back and we're considering that. We'll probably spend the rest of our lives just traveling around looking for a place with good weather and of course, good medical care. At our age that's the most important thing. I'll keep you posted.

Best wishes,
Dan