Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Fifth Stage

It is with great sadness that I have to report the supervisor and I have moved into the Fifth Stage of Life.  Today (Tuesday) is the day we sold the Moby Obie, and will henceforth remain boatless.  Lest you were … Continue reading

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Wrapping It up . . . With the National Pastime

As a red-blooded, patriotic veteran, I did what all such folks do on Memorial Day.  I went to two ballgames.  Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet . . . (OK, the above photo is not a hot dog . … Continue reading

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It Continues . . .

[Deb and the supervisor in total recognition that the excitement never ends in Vacationland USA.  This was Friday night at Sixth Avenue Wine & Ale.  Dan Mahar, from Sioux Falls, was making his first visit in quite some time before a packed … Continue reading

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And So It’s Begun . . .

[The holiday weeklong extravaganza that is the celebration of Vacationland USA’s Awake the Lakes and Memorial Day.  Last (Thursday) night, ’57 Chevy kicked off the Red Willow Arts Coalition’s (RWAC) summer of music on the courthouse lawn.  It was a … Continue reading

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Patchouli, and the Symphony

[Julie Patchouli, of Patchouli, at Carlos Creek Winery on Saturday, May 18 . . . and thus began another music weekend.] [Bruce Hecksel, of Patchouli, also getting major play in the art world.  In fact, prior to performing at the … Continue reading

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Alexandria – 3, Fergus Falls – 1

[Thursday, May 16, the last regular season home games (oh, we won the 2nd game, too – 10-4) of the year.  It was thus also . . .] [Oh, but before we proceed – Dusty Johnson’s predicament on the 6th … Continue reading

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Tracking Track

[Little did we realize when we awoke on May 14 . . .] [That the state would be setting record high temperatures that day, a mere couple days after lake ice-out!  Alex would hit 93 degrees – many places in … Continue reading

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