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While we were in Saint Cloud for Red Bull’s Open Ice today Laura and I found time to stop in at McCann’s Food and Brew.   With five of their own brewed beers on tap and a full menu it was the perfect way to warm up.  I would highly recommend their Deep Seven IPA and […]

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samh -

I would highly recommend seven of their Deep IPAs as well ; )

Chris -

Happy you liked my beer. Stop on by again.
Cheers, Chris

I spent Saturday on the frozen ice of Hiniker Pond in Mankato, Mn for Red Bull’s Open Ice.  Sitting on a shovel on a frozen pond….not warm.  If you like to play pick-up hockey there are events planned for each weekend until the end of February.  You do not need to have a team to […]

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Becca -

Next time put some of those hand warmers in your back pocket – maybe that would help…cold metal on ice, not very warm at all, I’m sure!

The kitchen is starting to well look almost like a kitchen again.  Can’t wait to get the flooring, tile, cabinets, appliances……. 🙂

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The game was once pure. Without cushy indoor arenas. Without concession stands selling year-old licorice. Without the steady drone of Euro-techno music. We’re taking hockey back. To the frozen pond. Where players can experience the roots of the game. Where pur skill takes center stage. And where yetis make fresh kills in the background. It’s […]

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Daniel Snow -

Nice set of images, Scott. I’m lovin’ the weather this winter, cold, snowy and much like I remember this state growing up.

How was your commute home today? Not too many people occupying the bike lane today.

scott -

I was just talking about that with a friend. I’ve actually enjoyed the fact that I’ve needed to shovel my walkway every few days this year. Sure doesn’t hurt that its all been pretty nice and fluffy either.

I saw a guy riding down University Avenue today and I thought that looked pretty ballsy. Heck riding down that road in the summer I never like doing. I’m still nursing a sour elbow from wiping out on some ice on my way to the bar awhile back. So much for my studded tires saving me.

Kris -

Outstanding images Scott. Nice work!

greg -

Great photos, as always. I imagine winter presents some special challenges, particularly with the monotone landscape and the light, but you made the most of it, finding some great shadows and using the white as the perfect backdrop to the colorful subjects. Looks like a fun day!

I have to admit after the fire the blog really took a backseat to other things and then after I got things settled with the fire I had gotten out of my rythym.  With the start of 2009 I’m looking to change that and get some content going again.  I have quite a few things […]

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Laura -

ah, gray beard. 🙂

samh -

Hello to my little non-human niece and nephew.

becca -

I missed you guys, but totally understood! I can’t wait to meet Baby H on here:)

Elise -

Well it’s about time there was an update! 😀

Michael and Ann Haraldson -

I quote: Dad said,”Calvin is the cutey and Lucy the little professor.” ” Oh , aren’t they the cutest grand dogs evee, and we love them so.” says, Mom.