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HBO’s Best of the Local Blogs — 12/1/06

Family Phil writes: "My son may be eight years old, but he still knows how to have fun in a bubble bath!" He also blogs about the retirement of Wiggle Greg Page here.

*Like many of the rest of us, Mari/Dogwalk Musings is confused how the county could get into another e-mail jam and wonders where's its computer department here.

*Idaho Native is on the other side of the world; yet, she's thinking of us. In her latest post, Erin tells of the adventure she had of going to the Hong Kong Market in India here.

*Katrina/Notes on a Napkin admits she's shamelessly promoting the Coeur d'Alene Christian School Craft Fair tomorrow at Church of Christ, 4th & Dalton, and Katrina's Scrumptious Fudge Brownies, which will be on sale, here.

*Amyrebba/Life Goes On writes: "This was the first time in years that we were able to take the time and have the money to go visit our family in California. Although I would never even think about moving back to that hell hole, it was good to be back there and see our family and dear friends" here.

*After spending 6 pounds for a haircut, The Perambulator realizes he looks like actor Matt Damon here, and he reveals the travel itinerary for JBelle, PDX Pup and himself this Christmas in London here (in case the paparazzi are blurking). JBelle, meanwhile, is dreaming of a rock-'n-roll warrior here.

Please join me in welcoming two new bloggers to the HBLOGosphere: regular Huckleberries commenter Sam Taylor, who has resurrected his Vandal Sense (now located under "Friends of Huckleberries") here and Tom von Alton, a not-so-underground southern Idaho Democrat who writes the Fort Boise blog (located under "Idaho Politics) here.

Meanwhile, Marianne decides to become a transparent journalist, too, here, BrodH20 discovers Goo has a taste for snow here, Charlie Brown lights up Cis's life here, Frum Helen Back tells of a worthy cause here, Idawa is bummed that he wasn't in the recent Seattle marathon 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.