Monthly Archives: September 2014

That Was The Week That Was Just Completed

[“Weakie” was elected to be parade grand marshal for this post as he points out the “obvious” at a counter-culture establishment on Madeline Island in the Apostles.] Two-day caravan through southern part of 7th Congressional District took Gary Carlson, Tom Obert … Continue reading

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Homecoming ’14 (Part 2)

And now back to coverage by the parade participant . . . [We turned onto Broadway at 9th.  Sara got to walk down the middle of our main drag probably for the first time since she played for the Alex … Continue reading

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Homecoming ’14 (Part 1)

[Homecoming festivities begin with the Hall of Fame luncheon on Friday at Broadway Ballroom.  Why yes, we did buy a table.  From Ikea, I think?  And can you spot our ex-mayor?] [Well, I had to feature Paul McCabe since I … Continue reading

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Grape Stomp ’14 *

(* Or 4 consecutive days with BAT . . .) Editor’s note:  No videos were taken during this four-day extravaganza.  It may have had something to do with PETA standards . . . or more likely that the venues were … Continue reading

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Of Birthdays, Soccer, and Music

[We began the month with a fine dining experience and a bad selfie.  Danny was home from a long weekend working at the “harn,” and the supervisor used the beautiful day to tear out thousands of weeds improperly growing in the … Continue reading

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16 Days in France (Going Home)

[The next morning we’re in a cab on the way to DeGaulle.  I think I tried to look this place up a while ago.  If I discovered what it is, I’ve forgotten?] [This too?] [Is this where the New Jersey … Continue reading

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16 Days in France (Day 16, Part 2)

[We’re leaving the Pantheon and heading for Luxembourg Gardens.  No, we did not eat here.] [And we’re there!] [Another huge central park.  Anne notes where we are . . . but we’re looking for a lunch place.] [A statue?  In … Continue reading

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