Monthly Archives: February 2014

Wild Things

SUN DOG: [Lake Cowdry, February 21] [Lake Cowdry] [Lake Darling] BALD EAGLE: [Lake Darling, February 22] [This big boy was last seen flying away with a Buick.] SALTY DOGS: [Sixth Avenue Wine & Ale, February 27] And the merriment continues . … Continue reading

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The Magic Flute Polar Plunge

[Polar Plunge for the Special Olympics, Arrowwood Resort, Lake Darling, February 23.] [About a half-mile from the supervisor’s abode.] [A beautiful, sunshiny day, and the temperature had risen to a balmy minus 20 windchill.] [The crowds amass . . .] [Looking … Continue reading

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Minnesota Girls’ State Hockey Tournament II

I always look forward to the program every year for the cover art work.  This is River Shinny by Terrence Fogarty.  As always, it’s a reproduction of beautiful Lake Darling.  OK, I made up that last sentence. [So, it’s the … Continue reading

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Minnesota Girls’ State Hockey Tournament I

Our favorite event of the year.  And our Cards spoil us over it.  This was our 9th trip to state in the last 11 years.  And the supervisor just loves on-line shopping for a new and different hotel to stay when … Continue reading

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Even Rachel Banham Was Only 1 For 17?

[The only good scoreboard the whole night – the JV game.] The Cardinals had beaten Moorhead the night before, in a game that was a reschedule (you know, that weather thing we’ve had all winter).  Of course, we forgot all … Continue reading

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California Dreamin’ IV

[The Biddies catching rays on January 4 (photo from the supervisor’s tablet).] [On the day prior to The Biddies having a day of rest, Rita drove us by . . .] [Qualcomm Stadium – she knew it was coming up … Continue reading

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Happy Day After Valentine’s Day!

WE’RE GOING TO STATE, AGAIN!  🙂 [The morning after . . .] [The evening before . . . the supervisor and I celebrated Valentine’s Day, and our anniversary, at Doolittle’s . . .] [For the first time in recorded history … Continue reading

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