Research on the shelf
It is time to do the column I set out to do several months ago before I was distracted by coffee cups. I can hear my friend Dan in Florida laughing, “You and your coffee mugs!” but honestly, I did not set out to do a series of essays on cups. Full Story
Sweet gifts of grace
While I was straightening up in the sanctuary on Monday I found two pieces of saltwater taffy next to my water glass in the pulpit. What a sweet surprise. It put a smile in my heart for the rest of the day. Full Story
As the Grand Marais Dairy Queen reopens with a batch of new menu items, we thought it would be fun to share this photo from the Dairy Queen archives. Full Story
Fun ways to beat cabin fever
The Elders have spent the month of February staying warm and trying not to have cabin fever. We enjoyed a fun Valentine‘s Day bingo with sweets and great gifts. We got a bit crazy having multiple winners sharing in the prizes. Full Story
Ditzy or Dizzy
Of all the evils blamed on computers, I found a new one. Computers literally make me sick.
You may well ask if this is what I mean by “ditzy” in the column title.
Probably. What I’m saying is I’ve joined the ranks of people living with vertigo. Full Story
Plowing a road on the ice has proven to be more of a challenge than I anticipated. Our icehouse ended up on Gunflint Lake this year instead of Loon Lake because my plow was not able to move the hard packed snow from the Loon Lake public landing, so we decided to give Gunflint a shot this season instead. Full Story