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All Guts and Longbranch Fog

Today is for stomachs.

World Tripe Day, to be exact.

So says the Tripe Marketing Board and its chairman Sir Norman Wrassle.

“When I first mooted the idea of an international observance day for tripe ten years ago, my colleagues in the offal industry said it could never happen” Sir Norman said. 149 more words


Rain Showers Snarl Key Peninsula Commute

It rained and rained and it rained some more.

Weary commuters were slowed down by a single vehicle accident eastbound on State Route 16 by the Burnham exit just before 8 this morning. 84 more words


the strange fauna of Herron Island

I just had to take a picture of this. Nature imitates Photoshop.


Catch a Celestial Matinee in Longbranch

You want to watch the moon eat the sun?

Well, North America has the best seats for Thursday’s partial eclipse of the sun, according to… well everybody, including NASA and just about every professional stargazer out there. 390 more words


Longbranch: Don't Let the Blues get You Down

So I just did me some talkin’ to the sun
And I said I didn’t like the way he got things done
Sleepin’ on the job… 396 more words


Amazing Autumn Weather in Longbranch

This is amazing.

The thermometer is pushing 70 degrees and we are only a couple of weeks from Halloween.

I know I am not the only one thinking something odd is going on. 201 more words


Lakebay Potter Molds a Good Life for Himself

Gary Andersen knows he has made a good life out of clay.

Nearly two decades after retiring as an art teacher from Peninsula High School, Andersen continues to mold and clip clay into pottery many on the Key Peninsula and beyond have in their homes. 1,329 more words