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After a year of blogging, Bayview Herb Huseland has spruced up his site with a photo (above) and a site meter (with a little help from his friends Cis and Mari Meehan) here.

Newcomer: Put your hands together for new "Friends of Huckleberries" blogger Hindu, who writes the Sagebrush blog, from the Tri-Cities, Wash. He's a conservative in the farming business who has his cross-hairs on the western Washington. Good blog. Good guy. Click here.

*Mari Meehan/Dogwalk Musings is dissecting the remarks from the HBO Saturday question: "Where Do We Go From Here?" here.

*Family Phil tried to keep news that Don Knotts had died from his 7-year-old but an NBC newscaster spilled the beans here.

*Bearable Bob excoriates downhill skier Bode Miller for his embarrassing Olympic flameout in his post: "Bode Miller: When Egos Are Disqualified" here. (Caution: Not for timid readers.) BTW, you might want to swing by Bob's site to wish him well as he tries to recover from a bug he's not too fond of here.

*Holy Moly is thinking about Christmas and "Thin Places" in his latest post (which may or may not include his photo ... dunno) -- but not about our December dust-up involving the ACLU and Christmas here.

*With tears, Cis/From A Simple Mind sez goodbye to Harold's IGA, where everyone used to know your name, here.

*Dunno which of the Golly Gals posted the terrific post, "Boys In Toy Land," about the Route 53 Diner in Rathdrum, but it's blogging at its best -- photos, good commentary, interesting subject -- here.

Meanwhile, poetical Mittens/Calico Gals yearns for spring here, Toad tries and fails to outfox his son here, and Sagebrush Patriot recommends a pretty good Boise Chinese food place (don't look if you're hungry) 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.