Monday, May 25, 2015

Memorial Day - So Many Wonderful Memories, Vol. 1.

To the right: Caribou barista CeeCee at window in Long Lake, showing her stuff in "Wear a Wig to Work" day.

Growler of Infinite Black from Dunn Bros. on  its way home in Carradice bag hung from Brooks B-17 seat on my Surly Long Haul Trucker.

"Montana" Jerry Sutic, great pal from Arizona, and exemplary father, grandfather, biker, amigo.

Tree crew in Long Lake taking a breather from seriously exhausting work around our woods.  Hey, these guys are young and good:  they bouncer back in a minute.

 My friend Whit Schrader before he moved to San Francisco to work for Google.  Next to my cousin Richard Brown, boat-builder extraordinaire, in his shop off Washington Avenue in the North Loop of Minneapolis.
Ladies who cook -- AND smile -- at Harvest Moon co-op.

 Vicki and one of the Harvest Moon summer interns.  Young man was student at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI at thyme this photo was taken.
Old Glory sure does dress up the place on Memorial Day !

 Former Mayor of Medina, Elizabeth Weir, served the City with distinction and passion as member of Planning Commission, City Council and, until 2014, as our Mayor.  Her commitment to Medina, attention to detail, sense of possibility, and great respect for the land and water, made her shoes very big one to fill.

 Poppina and me, in warm, proud embrace at marriage of daughter Jessie to Chris Foudulas.

 Minneapolis autthor and advocate for "the Commons," Jay Walljasper, poses w/Poppy at yet another java joint in South Mpls.  Jay paid for the coffee as I recall  :-)
 Body Art Night at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Summer of 2013.

Vietnamese-American barber, "Mr. Triba," at his shop in Minnetonka.  He'd just finished giving me a a"high and tight," and we were talking about what it's like being an American now.

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