April 2, 2011

On the Ice Age Trail.

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Today, near Lodi, Wisconsin.

28 comments:

Tully said...

Should we cue up the CCR?

Titus said...

My daddy's farm is in Lodi. There are two roads named after my father's family and my mother's family in Lodi.

Susie The Duck is dead though.

I did it in a parking lot in Lodi when I was 16 in my dad's truck.

Lodi has a very good meat market and they are republicans who run it!

Also, my favorite supper club is in Lodi or Okee, on Lake Wisconsin...The Bridge/Anchors Away-yum.

All my daddy's brothers and sisters live in Lodi. His brother still farms my grandpa's land which he purchased.

My sister lives in Lodi on my dad's farm.

I am into Willy Street Salad Bar.

Night Night.

And I really want to do the coach from VCU, Shakra-man you know he is packing a nice hog with that nose on him.

David said...

Great place, Lodi.

edutcher said...

Very majestic, Madame. Glad you can get away from the hurly-burly of politics.

(you are, too, I don't doubt)

PS Thank you for the good weather you're sending our way. The Blonde's ankle (and knees) and my wrist appreciate it.

Paddy O said...

Stuck in Lodi again?

EDH said...

I notice the twin babies have another one of their conversations up on YouTube.

They grow-up so quick. Sob.

KenK said...

At the Ice Age cafe..you can evolve. At the Ice Age cafe...you can melt with nature. So many others...

EDH said...

Just imagine the "Lodi" in their diapers.

ricpic said...

Shovel Winter...OUT!

Scudding scudding scudding
Clouds...
PLOW!

Deferred deferred deferred
Promise...
NOW!

Robin said...

Is that a moraine?

SteveR said...

More evidence of global warming

April said...

Is that a moraine?

No

ironrailsironweights said...

Ah, the Ice Age. Back then razors hadn't been invented, so women ... if only I could go back in time :(

Peter

edutcher said...

Yeah, but the problem is the hair went all over.

Mutaman said...

Hey Meade- How about young Travis? I could get into this wire to wire stuff.

Rialby said...

There's a Lodi in Western New York State as well. What a dump.

ironrailsironweights said...

Lodi, New Jersey is a pretty decent town.

Peter

Lombardi Chick said...

My best friend from high school lives in Lodi.

I think Tom Wopat is from Lodi, right? Attended UW Madison. He's singing a lot these days, I hear. (Go Tom!)

bagoh20 said...

Wow, that Cairn is really stacked, but she was always an upstanding girl!

rhhardin said...

Obama strategy perceived

[Y]ou can’t lose a war if you never define it as such. And if you always keep your options open the door will never close behind you. And if everybody else loses, you win, if you define “you” narrowly enough. Finally, if you don’t care about anything it doesn’t matter.

Chip Ahoy said...

Speaking of cairns, have you seen Bill Dan's amazing rock balancing? I could link easily enough, but the sites are too plentiful to choose. Just see:

[+"bill dan" +rock +balance].

They defy gravity and appear as if a faint breeze will topple them, and this boggles my mind.

Sixty Grit said...

I have been to Lodi California. It is very flat, but very grape laden. Or, at least it was.

mike said...

I'm curious as to where the name Lodi came from. I suspect it was named for Lodi, Italy--the scene of Napoleon's first major battle.

Issob Morocco said...

Esker-licious.

chickelit said...

Issob Morocco said...
Esker-licious.

We'll see if you score any Meade points for that. I kame for the drumlin circles.


wv = "menlych" Olde Englisch spelling of "manly"

Issob Morocco said...

Chickelit said,

"Issob Morocco said...
Esker-licious.

We'll see if you score any Meade points for that. I kame for the drumlin circles."

It was nice of Meade to score me points on Alliums and Prosser support, but that is not why I say those things, to score points with Meade.

If I did, I would have thrown out Schuberti for a triple score on the alliums.

But thanks for the kind thoughts!

ken in sc said...

Originally cairns were burial mounds. Bodies were buried under piles of rocks in places where the ground was too hard to dig. When meat went bad, one of my relatives said it smelled cairny. She said it was an old saying.

Bill Dan said...

Greetings from San Francisco . . . Great images . .
My name is Bill Dan - I am an artist specializing in Balancing Rocks - check out this video link http://youtube.com/bebalance