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HBO’s Best of the North Idaho Blogs — 12/3/07

Pecky Cox/As The Lake Churns
Pecky Cox shows how deep the snow has fallen around Priest Lake.

Spotlight: Live, Love, Laugh Hope goes Christmas tree hunting and spots a moose in deep snow here.

*At Bay Views, Sweet & Sour Herb learned a valuable lesson about sharing an impromptu interview session with fellow journalists here -- and he single-handedly covered an impromptu Bayview Christmas parade here and reported on a weekend accident here.

*Bad Guy Bob is causing problems for the little ones by shutting down their computer in the middle of online games at A Family Runs Through It here.

*In response to Editor Steve Smith's recent posts about his dying father, Perspectives tells of being with his ailing father when he died here.

*Of the Teddy Bear ruckus in Sudan, Dogwalk Musings asks: "Isn't it time we take stock of these Islamic nations that seize upon any opportunity to scare the living daylights out of civilized nations? Isn't it time we get smarter in our dealings with them?" Click here.

*Silver Valley Girl had more adventure than she bargained for during the ride home from the state drama competition in Coeur d'Alene when she slid past Exit 17 and hit a barrier 3 or 4 times here.

HBO Blog Numbers (for November): 242,367 page-views and 138,317 unique views; for year, 2,086,725 page-views and 1,222,009 unique views.

Meanwhile, From A Simple Mind focuses on Baby Boomer hypocrisy here; Arch Druid discusses Joseph Duncan, Iraq surge here; at Cat House and Shooting Society, JeanC speaks of writer's block, illness and leftovers here; Slight Detour covers Boots Reynolds' book signing with camera here; and Un-Muted Mumblings looks at Ron Paul's stands on issues 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.