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Monthly Archives: January 2007

Think I have enough hops for our Super Bowl party? 1 keg of Surly Furious 2 sixers of Bell’s Hopslam Not to mention the keg of Double IPA homebrew I have on tap already. Don’t worry for those of you who would rather have something that can be put down by the bucket I also […]

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gerg -

far out! can’t wait to sip a few of those and watch the big game on the big TV.

Laura -

We’re very excited to share some good times on a FREEZIN’ Super Bowl Sunday 🙂

katie -

GREAT time yesterday, you two! Thanks so much for the big-screen action, the brews and the big-time fun! I’m glad that the Colts won, too 🙂

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gerg -

gorgeous!

where was that taken?

scott -

That was taken just outside of Rushford, Mn.

samh -

Hey hey, a new desktop wallpaper for my computer. Thanks, Scotty.

Uncle Randy -

This was in a western movie. People used to hang out there.

Andy was helping me replace Laura’s car’s brake pads and rotors yesterday and while digging through a drawer he found these old Polaroids from a party we had while I was living down in Winona. I lived there during my junior year of college but I can’t quite remember when this party took place. Maybe […]

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Doing a little backtracking here as I realized many of you have never gotten a chance to see photos from our honeymoon. After Laura and I got married we got a flight out on Monday morning to head down to Mexico’s riviera maya and to the El Dorado Seaside Suites. The resort is located on […]

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Scott -

Laura and I made to snag plenty of the little shampoo bottles from the room each day and today I decided to crack one of them open. Ahhh interest memory, closed my eyes and I was back in Mexico. I truly do love how sounds, smells, taste etc. can trigger such memories.

uncle bill -

awsome pics scotty !!!

It’s back for its second year with a slight name change! 50 lucky cyclists will take to the skyways of Saint Paul to race against the clock in a one of a kind race. For more details and photos click onto page two.

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gerg -

w00t! looking forward to this one. the downhill course sounds good, i remember you saying that a lot of the riders were suffering because the course required more exertion and climbing than they were expecting. that and the fact that many of them were riding heavy dual-suspension downhill bikes…

anyway, bummed to hear it won’t be more spectator-friendly this year… it’s such a great event and it seems silly to so bluntly discourage spectators. especially because the people who are allowing the organizers to have a bike race in their skyway would probably like as many people to come downtown and spend money as possible…

even just having some designated spectator areas along the course would be cool.

granted, last year we had no problem getting out on the course (along with lots of other folks). i wonder if that’ll be the case this year or if they’ll crack down on it more.

oh yeah, you took photos last year. i wrote about it (with a great spaz in the comments section by some little racer-punk).