Very soon, we may see bison out here. Quite exciting.
Friday, April 4, 2014
Saturday, March 1, 2014
Mitchell, Phillip, Gordon, and I met my sister Natalie in New Ulm for Fasching at Turner Hall. Fasching is a celebration before Lent begins. Lent, of course, is a period of sacrifice and waiting before Easter. Easter varies according to whom you ask. Ha!
|just some folks at a table.|
|famous band. very famous. seriously.|
|gordie and an apple strudel.|
|natalie and a bloody mary.|
|natalie, the mayor of new ulm, me.|
|gordie and a hottie in a dirndl. why don't i own one of these?|
|me and phillip.|
|two men in lederhosen and a priest walk into a bar...|
|a cow narren.|
|gordie brought his own drumstick. you never know when you might need one.|
|mitchell dancing with this narren.|
|big son. little son.|
|mayor busselman plays the trumpet. and the drums.|
|ein prosit! spring's right around the corner.|
Sunday, February 23, 2014
I read last night in St. Peter with National Book finalist, Matt Rasmussen. We also welcomed Ann Fee into her new position as Executive Director of the Arts Center. Later, The Porchlights entertained late into the evening.
|Smiling at people in the balcony|
|Nate and Mandy.|
|The Porchlights: Jason, Nate, Mandy, and Travis.|