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Last seen in Sandstone Saturday while looking through the office window and then by Sunday he was gone leaving his boots behind. We all thought it was his end.
But today, Wednesday April 2nd at approximately 4PM, he was spotted along the North Shore. We assume looking for a cooler climate since he has now shrunk to about a foot and half or possible to meet-up with some of the local Duluth snowmen.
Casey The Snowman started out just a week ago hoping to meet all you fine folks & trade some cool banjo lick's from Casey Aro on the April 12th show. Now its been one week and the spring sunshine beating down...
"I'm melting! Come see me before I turn into a wet spot on the sidewalk. I will give you a Casey sticker to remember me."
"I'm Casey the Snowman come see me Saturday April 12th 3pm show."
---- "HAPPY NEW YEAR" ----
The new year is here! Nothing drastic has happened so far, the hands on the clock point to 11:30 AM. Kind of reminds me of the year ending with 1999, when computers were not supposed to work for 2000. I know one thing the cold is very persistant from Dec 2013 to Jan 2014. As I watched metro channel 4 & 5 for weather, there are some things of interest that we learn as well, like how to make ice candles. There was a clip from "Jason Davis on the Road" as made his way to the cold city of Embarrass, MN on that subject.
I make a daily trip to check the theater building, put on heat in the auditorium, and make sure everything is functioning. I looked at the new snow that has fallen, and realized there is a small bunny rabbit making use of my paths in the snow to find the treat of popcorn under the picnic table in front of the theater. Nice to know that there is a few woodland creatures not minding the cold.
2014 schedules are being posted on the website shortly. Stay warm -- put together puzzles -- read a book -- find something fun to do -- spring will come sooner than you think.
---- "MERRY CHRISTMAS" ----
It's December 24th 2013, I woke up late this morning, forgetting what day of the week..OH! That's right I said to myself It's Christmas Eve! The day had started and the phone was ringing and UPS was calling to deliver a package to a physical address instead of the PO Box. Better hurry and start the day so UPS can find the front door open. It seemed cold to do last minute shopping so I didn't. A Big Bowl of Hot Homemade Soup & grilled cheese sandwich warmed our bones as the day became 3PM. If I clean up my kitchen mess, make a couple of pumpkin pies, watch a little more of Alvin & the Chipmunks, and shovel a little more snow from Sun/Mon snowfall. Not a bad way of enjoying a Christmas holiday. Stay warm, enjoy the little things, God has blessed us with Happy Holiday.
---- AUG 2013 NEWS LETTER ----
Sure don't know what happened to summer; month of July went by very quickly August is here and Sandstone is celebrating Quarry days August 9 thru 11. If you like small town activity, stop by and be a part.
The theater has had lot of new people that visited us this year. Lori went thru the sign-up book and found only three states that weren't represented: Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. WOW! That's impressive. Also we had artists and people from seven countries. Thank you to everyone for your continued support of country music.
Lots of work to be done. Hopeful we get some taken care of during the three week break in August and visit some of our family. Our apology to you that were making plans to see us this month.
Keep watching RFD TV & Midwest Country, hopefully we see you in a time or two before the cold of winter. In the mean time enjoy the music.