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Mystery Bridge 34: A Double-Leaf in California?
To start off this article, let's begin by asking this question: do you know of bridges in the US like this one in the picture: a double-leaf bascule bridge that was built before or at the turn of th...
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Norad is one of the websites that you can use to track Santa's progress on Christmas Eve. You can see where Santa is at by using Google Earth and the Norad website. There are also games on the site ...
12/24/11 at 9:44 AM
Christmas Market Tour 2011 Nr. 2: Weimar
Weimar is one of those hidden treasures that we never know about until the first words come to mind: The Weimar Republic, the period between 1919 and 1932 where democracy was in its trying times bec...
12/15/11 at 4:10 PM
Cookies for a Holiday Cause
Check out this website for holiday cookies for a cause: http://www.northpole.com/kitchen. Your kids will love this website and the cookies on it. http://www.northpole.com. It's full of Santa Claus typ...
12/10/11 at 8:03 AM Breakfast With Santa at Lakeside-Lester Park Community Club 11/17/10 at 1:14 PM
Stargazing with Santa Claus at the North Pole
With Thanksgiving and the Christmas season just around the corner, Santa and the elves have been laboring mightily at the North Pole assembling everything from X-boxes to rocking horses. Above their...
11/22/11 at 12:19 PM
No gift receipt needed!
Growing up, the stockings were one of my favorite parts of Christmas. Maybe it was because we were allowed to "open" them without the parents being awake, and we could dig in as soon as we woke up. Ma...
12/22/10 at 10:55 AM
It's Greek To Me -- Orzo Salad with Chicken
When I lived in Fargo, I used to love going to Santa Lucia restaurant for a big Greek salad. It was a plate filled generously with fresh lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, feta and kalamata olives. The c...
6/12/10 at 6:01 PM