Close encounters of the natural kind, reported by B. Dazzled of South St. Paul: “Subject: All creatures great and small.
“Doris G.‘s beautiful photos of the pileated woodpecker [BB, 12/2/2016] reminded me of a story I had promised myself to share with BB.
Continue reading “Novice SoCal hunter tries a bit of Zen in the deer stand: “Be the tree. Be the tree. Be the tree.””
Many of you have found your way to today’s Bulletin Board, despite the SNAFU in today’s email — but we have reasons to believe that others have not located it.
How that “Oops!” happened: We hit PUBLISH instead of SCHEDULE last evening, then immediately — but too late — changed it to SCHEDULE, thinking that you would receive a second, clickable email this morning. But no.
Live and learn!
Should we make that mistake again, please know that you can always find every Bulletin Board at BBonward.com.
Here is today’s: https://bbonward.com/2016/12/02/is-this-the-best-bluegrass-clog-dancing-video-ever-made-gotta-be-a-contender/
And: Every picture tells a story
IGHGrampa writes: “This should help brighten your day. I like it, but maybe just because of the cute girl in the checked skirt. She has a nice smile.
Continue reading “Is this the Best Bluegrass Clog Dancing Video Ever Made? Gotta be a contender!”
Till death them did part
And: Fifteeen nanoseconds of fame — leading to: There’s a signpost up ahead . . .
Wild Bill of River Falls, Wisconsin: “Here’s a story that was on my mind today.
“It is a story about my parents, whose anniversary would have been next week. Call them Edna and Rudy.
Continue reading “Frank Sinatra sang at their table. Frank Sinatra sang at her funeral. And then?”
It’s been a full month since Bulletin Board moved from the daily St. Paul Pioneer Press to BBonward.com (with a page of highlights republished in each Sunday’s Pioneer Press).
We’ve really enjoyed it, and we hope that you have, too.
Continue reading “EXTRA! EXTRA! See a month’s worth of outstanding pictures!”
There & There
KH of White Bear Lake writes: “Subject: Small Town, Big Town.
“How different can two siblings raised in the same family turn out?
“One daughter lives in a Minnesota prairie town with a population of about 300. Our other daughter lives in New York City, population 8.5 million.
Continue reading “Country mouse, city mouse: “How different can two siblings raised in the same family turn out?””
Unclear on the concept
Leading to: Hmmmmmmmm (responsorial)
The November 25 Bulletin Board opened with a story from IGHGrampa: “In a shop at the Mall of America, I noticed some state-shape decorations on the wall above the display shelves.
“They had North Dakota backwards. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota — they were all the right way. But they had North Dakota up with the eastern border on the west.
Continue reading “Is it true that no country would put a black stripe at the top of its flag? Nein! Das ist nicht wahr!”