Here are my photo-day-shots from Week #23 of 2017. We went to the theater, I played golf, and then we went north and we went south, and went to the theater again.
(6/4/17) The back yard is coming along.
(6/5/17) guess how old she is?
(6/6/17) “Backside” of the Guthrie Theater catches the early evening light. We saw “Refugia” — a mostly excellent and thought-provoking play.
(6/7/17) This is one of the oddities of the week — a tree at the University of Minnesota/Les Bolstad Golf Course entirely covered by . . . not sure what, but it’s like cobwebs or something. Anybody know what this is? It would make a great Halloween tree.
(6/8/17) We headed north for the day, to the town of Oklee, Minnesota, for a Frette family funeral. This is Karen’s cousin Lowell walking with his mom, Karen’s Aunt Myrtle.
(6/9/17) After heading north for a day, we turned the car around and drove south to Lanesboro for some biking, two plays, and good dining and conversation with friends Judy and Craig.
(6/10/17) The Rushford Depot Historical Museum along the Root River bike trail has a lot of cool old stuff, including an upstairs full of creepy dolls and mannequins.