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.
âToday weâre going to do some weather stripping,â I said to Fido.
âHey hey hey hey! I LOVE weather stripping,â he said. âItâs only just about my favorite thing in the whole wide world.â
âWhatâs weather stripping?â
âItâs 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? Iâm going to fix that, and Iâm not going to buy a new door. Iâm 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
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 summerâs 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 Samâs 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 afternoonâs rain clouds moving off.