Monthly Archives: December 2011

Winter I

[Centennial Lane] The absence of winter so far leads us to a photographic retrospective of the most beautiful season of the year.  The next several posts reflect normal Winters In Alexandria. [Lake Darling, from the Darling-Carlos Bridge.] [Lake Le Homme Dieu] … Continue reading

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A Blast from the Past XIII

[January 10, 2008]  Fortunately for you, you have contacted Mr. Science!  A hoar frost is exactly what you see in the latest photos – it looks like there has been a snowfall that clings to everything.  Generally occurs as a result … Continue reading

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A Blast from the Past XII

[We have previously highlighted (The Background) the girls’ hockey team’s run to the state championship in the 2007-08.  Here are the reports on some of their early games that season.] [November 15, 2007 – 1st game of the state championship … Continue reading

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A Blast from the Past XI

[Hole No. 16 at the Alexandria Golf Club is a 370-yard par 4 – it is the No. 8 handicap hole, plays to the South and thus generally into the prevailing winds.] It’s the holiday season – and in the … Continue reading

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Christmas *

[* You were expecting, maybe, Guy Fawkes Day?] [Did You Know:  If Santa partook of milk and two cookies at every stop on Christmas Eve, he would take in over 70 trillion calories.  Uffda, talk about your heartburn!  I hope … Continue reading

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A Happy Sad Happy Night

The Happy We arrived at the RCC last night as the 2nd period was winding down in the JV game between our Cards and Hopkins, a suburban Class AA athletic juggernaut.  The Royals were ahead 1 – 0.  Suddenly, a … Continue reading

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Gimme a “D” II

[If you look really close, they all have a tiny tatoo on their biceps that reads, “Dad.”] OK, these are the Trumm file photos from the Sauk Rapids game.  I will interject commentary as inappropriate: [Thank you, Greg, for covering … Continue reading

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