SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND House Envy!
Yesterday I had an appointment that had me go down Summit Avenue in St Paul, MN.
Mansions line this street.
Every time I drive down this street I have the same feeling.
And the pictures... Posted on 6/6/12 at 11:00 AM
IN THE BLACK Gingerbread House Ideas
One activity that many families do as part of the holiday season is to make or decorate gingerbread houses. You can buy kits that have the gingerbread already made and decorations ready to make the h... Posted on 12/16/11 at 8:24 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Bluebird Houses
Far Guy just finished making some Bluebird Houses..we had two last year..this year we are adding six new houses..we spread them through out our property. Last year we had one nesting pair near the hou... Posted on 3/23/10 at 5:56 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! A Moving Experience... of Moving
Last weekend I helped my parents move. Not as much as I should have, since I slept in like a big lump and had to rest after every couple of boxes, but I did help. We moved two bookshelves full of book... Posted on 12/8/09 at 5:25 AM
North Dakota's two largest universities displayed poor management in going over budget on the construction of new presidents' homes and using school money for furniture and landscaping, the state Board of Higher Education said Thursday.
City officials in Medora are talking about building more houses.
The City Council plans a special meeting Tuesday to talk about the possibility of building seven single-dwelling houses for city employees.
Only two would be built this year if the plan goes ahead.
Leona Odermann, a member of a local housing committee, said there’s a need for more housing. The cost is one of the items to be discussed Tuesday.
State law requires permanent fish houses to be removed from North Dakota waters by midnight March 15.
March 06, 2009
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