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HBO’s Best of the Local Blogs — 6/18/07


Tom Holman shoots a scene from the recent Priest Lake Fishing Derby for Pecky Cox's As The Lake Churns. You can find more Holman photos of the derby here.

Check it out: Doug Fredericks, the Hayden photographer extraordinaire, has updated his web site, which offers terrific photos of viewtiful North Idaho here.

*David Bond/Wallace Street Journal focuses his latest column on "The Newest Great Penny Stock" involving an Idaho company that has no Idaho holdings (you'll have to guess which one) here.

*Mommy Dearest/BrodH20 surprised The Otis on Father's Day with a dream-come-true ... his own boat. Sorta. It's a porta-boat. The Otis has already christened it the S.S. Nautiyacht here.

*OrangeTV/Making Flippy Floppy admits he holds his breath when he gets e-mail as a result of his SR Get Out! reviews b/c he's afraid an angry eatery owner might be responding here.

*Silver Valley Girl/Silver Valley Stories was surprised to learn that the major tourist attractions in Washington, D.C., are free. Also, she returned home from the nation's capitol with a renewed appreciation for art here.

*"I don’t know about you, but I’m wild about gadgets," writes Sue Turner/Tumblewords. "I love robots. I prefer the kind that work. I’m crazy about possibility and not so fond of reality" here.

Meanwhile, A Butterfly Moment wonders, "Who needs the Mayflag man?" here, Bayview Herb is already getting ready for Bayview Daze here, Freedom of Expression had a happy Father's Day here, Cis insists that Jamestown, R.I., rules household regattas here, Go Figure offers his wolf reduction plan here, Family Phil explains why Father's Day didn't excite him here, JeanC reports that hubby survived his gall stone procedure here, Live, Love, Laugh, Hope offers cool photos of the coast here, OnLocation North Idaho has a getaway plan for those who want to preserve gas this summer here, Scurvy Jake spends his volunteer day at Camp Easton here, Slight Detour celebrates a quiet Monday with miscellany here, and This Is Growing Up shares her recipe for chicken parmesan 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.