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HBO's Best of the Friends' Blogs -- 12/4/07


Chris Peterson/Glacier Geographics
"If you hang around long enough," writes Chris Peterson/Glacier Geographics, Muse You Can Use, "every once in a awhile you'll catch one of those cool moments. Makes all the crappy days, hours and minutes worth it." He snapped this lamb and ewe at Many Glacier in Glacier National Park, Mont.

*Chronic Discontent discovered the beautiful cedars in front of his property are also in the way of progress and struck the best compromise he could here.

*TUBOB retraces his steps to a home in Bellevue with a wonderful forest nearby that evoked memories of "Arthurian swordfights and D-Day Invasion machine gun battles surrounded by the heavy and layered smells of rot and ferns and shrubs and cedars." Click here.

*Free In Idaho supports the two nuclear industry companies, with good ideas, that want to locate an N-energy power plan in the Gem State here.

*Inland Empire Girl and Raymond Pert respond to the latest Silver Valley siblings assignment: What does your writing life consist of? What works for you? What advice would you share with other writers? Click here and here.

*Red State Rebels is rallying her troops to respectfully oppose an appearance of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corp leader at Boise State tonight here and sez Congressman Bill Sali's stand on the mining law proves his ineffectiveness here.

HBO Blog Numbers (for Monday, Dec. 3): 8114 page-views and 4600 unique views.

Meanwhile, Idaho Escapee discovers storms can be rough on Oregon Coast here; Fort Boise offers the Cassini Favorite Image Contest 2007 here; Marmitetoasty admits women can be fickle but that it's the boys problem not hers here; MountainGoat Report wonders why anyone would waste money on the latest divorce study here; Palousitics isn't impressed with WSU prez Elson Floyd's new blog here; and Idawa watches the snow fly from his law school in Seattle 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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