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Leonard Texas – December 2011- You hear about big things in Texas. It is the biggest state, with the biggest cars, the biggest tv show Dallas, the biggest cattle, and the biggest deer? Right? There is a deer farm with a big boy this fall. It’s a 1,000,000 Deer in Leonard, Texas from a Deer […]

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Northwoods logging was Big Business back then.  I guess this is what it might have looked like 100 years ago near the U.P. and Minnesota.

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Marquette – December 23, 2011 – Great Lakes Radio, BioLife and Marquette County give back to our veterans. At 10:30 this morning, Great Lakes Radio and BioLife attended a party at D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veteran in their honor. We took time to honor them today with gifts and some simple comforts for their needs […]

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Logging in the North was Big Business with Big logs. I can understand how these guys felt,. The conquered cutting this monster and they just wanted it under their feet.

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Merry Christmas loggers.  Can you imagine having to tackle one of these by hand?  I suppose when they say timber, you look up first, and then run the other way quick like. MORE…The great logging era is, perhaps, one of the most famous periods of growth in the United States. Early American settlers viewed the […]

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Escanaba – August 2011- I was just pulling up some pictures of the U.P. State Fair including livestock animals,  the rides,  Norms French Fries, Croatian Chicken, and Charlie Daniels LIVE. Yooo…I am still tapping my toe to his band. I’ve seen him numerous times.  In the Early 1990’s we played golf together in Gladstone. I […]

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Santa Claus Was broken Down Along The Side of The Road

Upper Peninsula –  Santa was broken down along the side of the world and needed a lift.  This nice couple gave him one. I reviewed this.  It is a fun little story from the funny folks at flash fun pages and the laugh network. I found this on-line and found it funny, and I’d like […]

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Marquette – May 18, 2011 – After enjoying coffee and cream, my focus this afternoon is on eating big, fresh, red, ripe strawberries.  Berries are scarce in Marquette, but Big Boy restaurant has them. Since Michigan’s weather remains in the 50′s, I am assuming the big, awesome berries I am enjoyings at the Marquette Big [...]

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Negaunee Township – Another brite fresh day near Ishpeming. This picture of a blue sky and fresh yellow sunshine indicates a brisk day is in store. But the forecast was one of doom and fear again. Snow, snow sqwals, severe weather. Hmmm…just as I thought, a brisk, fresh, cold, sunny day in the U.P.

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Negaunee Michigan is packed with snow.  Green Bay Wisconsin is fully green. Here is an example of how the Mid-West weather could be renamed the The Wild Mid-West… Here’s the same day; Negaunee above, Green Bay below.  

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