St Croix

16 Jul 19
Hiking with Kids!

Toddler Perspective (What You Need to Know): Running Wild – We let them run wild but we are confident in their ability to stay away from the sheer dropoffs and cliffs. If your little people are not used to this, I would recommend keeping them in hand as you get near the cliffs. The Trail […]

15 Jul 19
Twin Cities
There is still time for runners to sign up for the July 27 St. Croix Crossing Half Marathon and 5 kilometer run. It will cost you more, though, the longer you wait to register. You can register online through July 24 and pay $70 for the half marathon and $50 for the 5K. In-person registration for the race will be available on July 26 and on the 27th, the day of the race. Those who wait until the final two days, though, will pay $77 for the half marathon and $57 for the 5K. The deadline for having a racing packet (filled with a number bib, timing chip, and shirt) mailed to the homes of racers has passed, but materials can still be collected at the free packet pick-up on July 26 from 3 to 8 p.m. or on July 27 starting at 5:30 a.m. For the half marathon, racers will cross the new St. Croix River bridge, going over 13 miles from western Wisconsin to downtown Stillwater. Competitors from 39 states and the United Kingdom have registered so far. On race day, runners will be bused from downtown Stillwater to the starting lines of their respective races. More information can be learned at the www.runstillwater.com website. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
15 Jul 19
Noticias en Línea PR

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15 Jul 19
Wandering Wanda

After removing ticks from our gear this morning we headed for our next state on the trip. Stopped for lunch at a rest area next to the St. Croix river and the bridge into Wisconsin. Then stopped in Osceola to check email at the library. Talked to a woman there who has a sister living […]

15 Jul 19
Gerald's Place

The Jesuits are a Military Religious Order of the Roman Catholic Church “When a Jesuit of the minor rank is to be elevated to command, he is conducted into the Chapel of the Convent of the Order, where there are only three others present, the principal or Superior standing in front of the altar. On […]

15 Jul 19
Purée Fantastico | Blog

It’s Monday. Sometimes you have to work all weekend. Sometimes you’ve worked across all the weekends. This is that time.  I’m drinking tea, watching Simpsons, organizing my desktop. Because you know. I have over 8 months of blogged content to edit and post. I have 5 months of client projects to back up and move […]

15 Jul 19
njmaskrey

I’m currently showing 2 images from Flower Flower Water Light as part of Time to Think, curated by Shutter Hub. Time to Think is a photographic exhibition reflecting on the work of workmen in the 21st Century and celebrating female-identifying photographers. 145 female photographers / 435 images / 15 different countries All showing at @festivalpilours St Gilles […]

15 Jul 19
Global News

Police say the body was found along the shore of the St. Croix River at Todd’s Point.

15 Jul 19
News Time Global

Police say the body was found along the shore of the St. Croix River at Todd’s Point.

15 Jul 19
KJASR

These are the scores from the Breakdown Summer Series  Class Championship.

15 Jul 19
johnboystravelblog

July 12, 2019 (Photo credit: lilacinn.ca) Friday morning I left Hampden, Maine and headed east on scenic Route 1 which would take me to the border crossing at Lubec.  It was raining and as I approached the border I thought about making a few side trips but decided that the rain, wind and low cloud […]

14 Jul 19
The Knackered Grouse

Okay, Mitte Juli schon wieder… Und ich erreiche den Punkt, dass ich mir selbst für die Wochenenden to-do-Listen mache. Das ist nicht gut! Aber immerhin kann der Punkt ganz oben heute gestrichen werden: ich wollte euch noch von einem kurzen Ausflug nach Flensburg erzählen, wo ich eine Freundin besucht habe. Ende Juni… Wow, mid July […]

14 Jul 19
Dèyè Mon

The Pyramid burned while the crowd watched, some remembering the loved ones gone.  In the north of Haiti near Fort Liberte I wandered about the hills talking to farmers suffering from neglect and drought affected crops.  An old man watched me from the shade of an avocado tree which was void of fruit in a […]