Shots of a weekend in Paris
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I finally gave Shannon the Weekend in Paris that I’ve been promising her for too long. It came at a price for her. She had to come to the Race of Champions in the Stade de France and sit through motor racing on a very cold evening. But we saw the regular sites (Louvre, Rodin

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Mall of America
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Think big. Here’s a shot of one of the numerous rides at the middle of this thing. I’m stuck here for the day thanks to Northwest airlines.

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Year in Ideas
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Here’s the New York Times’ Year in Ideas, an A to Z list of interesting stuff from 2004. I haven’t looked through it, but it’s one of those things that I hope to get to. Great photo, too. Sorry that the NYT requires a free subscription.

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Squirrel Proof. Not.
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The squirrels continue their jokes and japes at my expense in our garden. Here’s a shot of one hanging by his hind legs eating from our squirrel-proof bird feeder. Is he showing off, or what?

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Cedar bag
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These laptop bag made from cedar are stunning. Not sure what happens when they get wet, but they’re beautiful.

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Parking Spots
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Another truly great example of the Internet at work.

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Celebrating the King
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Kingsmill is celebrating the 70th birthday of Elvis with bread in the shape of his head. What a tribute. I’m sure he would feel very honored.

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John’s blog
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For those who know my friend John Herb, he now has his own blog…

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Watercube
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Thought the Watercube, a design for the National Swimming Center in Beijing, looks beautiful. Not sure if it’s more then a proposal.

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Skeleton characters
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Skeletal Systems contains beautifully rendered skeletons of famous animated characters.

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