Monthly Archives: September 2012

Volleyblog

[She floats through the air with the greatest of ease!  Sophomore Amanda Haack executes a jump serve.  It’s a high risk play, but I haven’t seen her miss one yet.  She’s going to be a player!  🙂  It’s a lot … Continue reading

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Homecoming III: The Game

[So, right up front, we won!!  🙂 ] After the parade, we kept right on hiking – to the tailgate party beyond the North end zone.  We enjoyed a burger in the crisp sunshine (the crispness kept the yellow jacket … Continue reading

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Homecoming II: The Parade

[Marge Van Gorp.  There were several good possibilities for the lead-off photo for this column – including those that included me, for Pete’s sake!  But how could it not be Marge?  She played softball with my Mom!  And she still … Continue reading

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Homecoming I

Homecoming is still about royalty, isn’t it?  OK, that’s just the lead-in to the photo filched from the front pages of the Echo Press.  I have to admit to a certain bias here.  I grew up across the street from … Continue reading

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Grape Stomp

[I don’t know who there are?  We’ve lost the schedule.  But it was the first entertainment we saw when we entered the winery.  They seemed to attract a good crowd.] Now one of the biggest events on the Alexandria social … Continue reading

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The Staff Photographer is Baacckkk!

[OK, not “the” staff photographer, but now one of them.  This is Roogggg, of previously noted Banff photo fame.  Here he is in front of Half Dome in Yosemite, another “there.”] Kudos to the staff photographer and Val.  In their … Continue reading

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We had company, the last day . . .

[Ever wanting to be fair & balanced, in our continuing “there” series, here’s Basketball Dan’s visit to Germany this summer, shot out the window of his B&B.] I did not tell you the whole story of the previous day.  It … Continue reading

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