DRIGGS, Idaho — Maybe she was trying to send a message?
There’s the one about the 80-pound permit flopping around on the floor of the boat. The one about guiding “Policewoman” and her daughter on the Snake in 1975. The one about “cooking fish in a dishwasher.”
The Jackson Giants Post 43 varsity baseball team didn’t win a lot of games in scorching 100-plus temperatures at the St. George Summer Classic in Utah last week, but the young squad gained valuable experience, Manager Jason Huggins said.
When retired Michigan State Police friend Ron Neil prepares the annual bonfire on his Hastings, Michigan, property, he proclaims the event a success only if “it can be easily seen from outer space!”
I’ve always thought of the Dark Ages as, well, dark. My image is of plague, oppressed peasants, muddy streets, nasty smells, cholera, countless uninspiring, awkward paintings of the Madonna and child, and ignorance. I’m not alone in this perspective (although historians have long ago abandon…