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Apostle Islands National Seashore Ice Caves 2014

“Superior is a sea. It breeds storms and rain and fog like the sea….It is wild, masterful, and dreaded”
-Rev.George Grant, 1872

This was my first trip to the Apostle Islands Ice Caves.

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Natural Light

the story tastes like apple cranberry crumble with seeds

During our second full week of readings in Lent for Everyone: Mark, our Lenten small group met again to share what we were learning on the journey. 516 more words

Lent 2014

Not Vegan Enough

At the Argosy Cafe, Betsy takes the orders, and Pam prepares the meals.

I was sitting on one of the high chairs, and I heard Betsy trying to take an order from a couple of customers. 80 more words


The OWASP Cornucopia Project with Colin Watson

For his most recent project at OWASP, Colin Watson has taken the concept of Microsoft’s ‘Elevation of Privilege’ card game and transformed it as a process for identifying security requirements for web applications. 111 more words


Cornucopia Reopens

Wednesday, March 19

Cornucopia has been a mainstay in the Cashiers dining scene for 35 years. They reopen for the season on Wednesday, March 19, an appropriate opening act for Spring.



The laws of drinking and rugby

You cannot watch the 6 nations rugby in a bar without a beer. It is the law. The fact that the match between Italy and England was due to kick off at 8.30 Barbados time was unfortunate but the law is the law. 592 more words

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