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WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007, 5:13 P.M.

HBO’s Best of the Local Blogs — 5/9/07

The Goo has her cake and eats it, too, during a camping trip on the Lochsa. Then, she was busted for eating too much cake, resulting in the meltdown above here.

*"I'm moving a little slowly this morning," posts Marianne Love/Slight Detour. "Stayed up too late, got up too early. Last night's book launching party at the Seasons at Sandpoint turned out to be nothing less than spectacular. Mother Nature played a big hand in creating a beautiful spring night, and the folks at the Seasons outdid themselves to create a special atmosphere for a festive event here."

*Bayview Herb isn't impressed by the free-market system as it is applied by the state Land Board to float homes nor with developer Bob Holland's tendency to dispatch worker bees when he's caught red-handed doing something untoward here.

*Cis/From A Simple Mind doesn't care if she's politically incorrect when she prays before driving off somewhere. Those prayers were answered in a big way last week -- and she has a photo to prove it here.

*Kerri Thoreson/OnLocation North Idaho provides a view from Canfield Mountain, stating that Dalton Gardens below is the area where the 4H kids lived when she was going to Coeur d'Alene High here.

*Melanie/Plaid Toaster not only walked through her graduation ceremony at North Idaho College barefooted but she celebrated her birthday, too, here.

*Several bloggers have posted interesting random facts/habits about themselves, including Silver Valley Girl here, Kellogg Bloggin' here, and Notes on a Napkin here.

Meanwhile, Tumblewords presents "Paradox" here, the Post Falls Police Department has Amyrebba steaming here, Shinie is a Bzz agent here, Family Phil tells why he's not a hovercraft here, Mrs. Mac Energetic wonders if dandelions are weeds or flowers here, As The Lake Churns has photos of the Priest River Junior Miss contest here and prom night here, Dr. J discovers the 55-plus crowd is computer savvy here, Nic and his equally busy wife have found a way to connect here, and KaleJ discusses the GOP debate 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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