Monthly Archives: April 2013

Sugar-bush stories–part 2

Two things I can’t resist. Well, more than two, if I’m honest, but these are pretty high on the list: I love a good story, and I love local history. So, when George and I stopped at Jorns’ Sugar Bush … Continue reading

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Sugar-bush stories–part 1

It was the buckets that gave it away. “Oh, look!” I said, excited at seeing something that was fairly uncommon where I used to live in Minnesota. “Well sure,” George said. “Look where we are.” He pointed at the sign … Continue reading

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Kitchen-sink stew

I could just as easily have called this “mutant stew.” Not because it’s about something abnormal, but because it’s about a stew that started out as a hamburger. Of sorts. You see, there were these two Cajun brat patties in … Continue reading

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I’m a boat nerd

I’ve got the twitches. That may not be an ailment you’re familiar with. Twitches are what happens when it’s cold and crummy outside and warm and cozy inside–and I can hear boat whistles. I should be out there, I think. … Continue reading

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