Archive - Aug 24, 2012 - Entertainment News Article
A totally random sampling of what Mammothites are reading, culled from here and there, appearing every now and then.
â€śToday weâ€™re going to do some weather stripping,â€ť I said to Fido.
â€śHey hey hey hey! I LOVE weather stripping,â€ť he said. â€śItâ€™s only just about my favorite thing in the whole wide world.â€ť
â€śWhatâ€™s weather stripping?â€ť
â€śItâ€™s when you have an opening in a door or a window that you want to block. You see that small little sliver at the bottom of our door? Iâ€™m going to fix that, and Iâ€™m not going to buy a new door. Iâ€™m going to fetch some weather stripping from the hardware store, install it, and things will be hunky-dory for the winter. No drafts this year, no siree.â€ť
On my bike ride home Friday afternoon, I needed to find a wine tasting partner for the weekend.
An unusual pattern has developed during this summerâ€™s festival season.
The events start out under blue, beautiful skies, are interrupted by the usual thunderstorm and in the end, everyone has a fine time and goes home.
So it was last weekend when the Mammoth Festival opened with a wine walk in the Village on Friday night, and an evening of music at Samâ€™s Woodsite on Saturday.
The star, Kenny Loggins, was just about the only star anyone could see as he strode on stage, what with the last vestiges of that afternoonâ€™s rain clouds moving off.