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Best of the Local Blogs -- 11/28/05

CDADave provides a lot of Thin Air, plus this shot of the steamer Flyer plying the waters of Lake CDA around 1910. For his latest blog entry, click here.

(BTW, can anyone tell me the street address of the old Shorthorn Barbecue and who might have owned it around 1980? Just curious.)

*Sam Taylor/Vandal Sense, the news editor of the UI Argonaut, not only has posted for the first time in weeks, but it's a worth post, describing his first time hunting here.

*Mari Meehan/Dogwalk Musings sez we have no reason to complain in this banana belt of the Inland Northwest, especially when considering other much colder places nearby, here.

Amy Crooks/That's Life. Life Goes On looks back at the day she met her hubby after recently celebrating her 12th anniversary here.

*After seeing the shameless Black Friday consumerism, Family Phil has declarded this week to be Get Rid of Stuff Week here.

*Marianne Love/Slight Detour speaks for a lot of us when she sez she can't remember hearing so much about Black Fridays and Black Mondays here.

*You won't believe this free-style climb up the side of a Lovers Leap, Calif., provided by Digital Fog, here. BTW, Digital Fog's on quite a roll with his spoofing here.

Stebbijo/Your Choice provides visual for a job I wouldn't touch with a 10-foot pole here, Bill McCrory/Whitecaps wonders how we can tell if we're winning the war on terror here, and His Bobness has come out of the closet as a conservative Republican, sorta, here.




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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.










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