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01/01/19 10:17 AM #1863    

 

Albert (Chuck) Langlois

Joe, good writing...Richard best of luck in your new abode...and to all a very Happy New Year!


01/01/19 01:40 PM #1864    

 

Karen Wright (Lancaster)

My wish for us all is a happy, healing, prosperous, safe and secure 2019!  Hope to see all your smiling faces in July!  smiley 


01/02/19 10:17 AM #1865    

 

Carol Aho (Slone)

Congratulations on your new home, Rich.  Hope to see you in March.  Bring pictures.  Happy New Year!


01/03/19 10:03 PM #1866    

 

Robert Lambert

  Awesome "novel", Joe. LOL. I agree. Rich, congrats on the new home. Vicki M. Good to see you on the web.

  Can't believe the weather for Jan 3rd. 30 degs and rain!  Holy Wagh!!!  Supposed to be warm the rest of the week. Not complaining..... just surprised. I'll take these temps all winter.

  Found another hobby to ad to my list. Go to u-tube and type in pine cone and resin box. Got a wood lathe and parts to start my new projects. Didn't do too well on the first one. Glad I started small. Didn't waste much. Think I can salvage it though. If the next one turns out ok I'll send a picture of it. Right now I'm just doing a desk ornament.

  No, Marylyn, I haven't put the Uke aside.  Just "more irons in the fire."  Sure am glad I'm not working... I'd have to retire. LOL.

  Has anyone heard from Dawn L.?  Hope all is well with her. 

  Stay warm and healthy ....and prosporous everyone. Happy New Year.


01/09/19 08:23 PM #1867    

 

Robert Lambert

   Hey, all. Just sent Pat a text with a couple pics of a project I started a couple weeks ago. It's not completed yet, but, close. I saw similar on u-tube and thought I'd try it. fun, but, messy and time consuming!  Shaped it on my lathe and then started sanding it. I'm up to 4,000 grit paper now. Started out with 80 grit. First one...not real good, but, practice makes perfect........well....close anyway.


01/09/19 10:46 PM #1868    

 

Jacklyn Hassel (Roper)

Time to think about a little get-away to a warmer, drier climate?

Yooper Picnic - Save the Date - Thursday, March 7, 2019

Lake Havasu City, AZ 

Hope to see you there 😊


01/28/19 04:34 PM #1869    

 

Robert Lambert

 Don't know if you are following the yooper news , but, another NMU student has died as a result of our yooper weather. How sad. He went up on 510 to get pics of the yellow dog and became lost. That was Friday afternoon. They recovered his body yesturday. Rest in peace young man.


02/10/19 08:01 PM #1870    

 

Robert Lambert

   Hi, gang. We sure have had our share of ups and downs these past couple weeks. 30 deg and rain, then snow and then 14 below, then wind and kind of mild, then cold again, and now a bit mild again. The Ironwood area had 54 below without wind chill. I think hell froze over. Oh yeah I forgot the foot of snow the other day. I think I'm ready for spring !!!

  Hey...I heard if the ground hog sees his shadow we only have a month and a half of winter left. If not we have 6 weeks.


02/21/19 12:37 PM #1871    

 

Patricia Nevala

Here's information on our next picnic on July 12th.  This will be the last event before the big 55th reunion so I hope to see you there!!  We'll keep our fingers crossed that the snow will have melted by then.  

MSHS/Baraga HS Summer Picnic

July 12, 2019 at Marquette Commons

4 pm to 8 pm

MSHS Class of 1965 and Baraga HS Class of 1965 will be having another summer picnic.  This year it will be on Friday, July 12th from 4 pm to 8 pm at Marquette Commons.

Class members and guests are welcome.   

This is a Bring-Your-Own Food/Beverage event to minimize the amount of planning needed. Alcohol is allowed.   We'll supply some snacks.  Bring any photos to share, music, etc.

Although our picnic doesn't require RSVPs, please let me know if you plan to attend so we have some idea of how many to expect.  

To pay for the rental of Marquette Commons, we will collect $5-$10 per person.  The amount depends on the number attending.

Please note:  According to our rental agreement with Marquette Commons, we cannot park in the Pathways parking lot (to the south of the Commons building) until after 5 p.m.  Parking is available in the Commons lot, on Main St, in the North Main St lot and in the Bluff St parking ramp. 

Looking forward to seeing all of you this summer.

 

 

02/21/19 10:33 PM #1872    

 

Robert Lambert

 I'll be there.  I will start my sun dance to be sure the snow will be gone.  Not sure about the cold...or the ice on the lake, though. lol


02/22/19 09:44 AM #1873    

 

Karen Wright (Lancaster)

Bob - PLEASE make sure you get the WARM sun.  I am bringing my Dr Dentons and sub-zero parka this year but would really like to have the HOT HOT sun on my face.  :)


02/22/19 06:58 PM #1874    

 

Robert Lambert

  I'll try, Karen, but, you know U. P. weather. If you don't like it, stick around 10 minutes, it'll change.


02/22/19 07:37 PM #1875    

 

Albert (Sam) L'Huilllier

Planing Augest in The UP this year so we will miss the July get together . hope Bob  does a good weather  dance and not the SNOW DANCE  from the mid 70s , that would P O  a lot .  stay safe all , still a lot of bad weather  ahead this spring . 

 


02/23/19 03:24 PM #1876    

 

Bonnie Maves (Reedy)

Got to see Chuck and his wife Kathy. They were on their way home from Florida and stopped to have lunch with us in Virginia. Great to see them. They certainly brightened an otherwise dreary, rainy day. 


02/24/19 01:23 PM #1877    

 

Robert Lambert

  Hey all, we may not have summer this year. The last time I remember having snow like this was when we were kids. Holy crud !!!! I don't think county road 510 is passable any longer. I was up that way a couple days ago and it was one lane for 3/4ths of it.

  41 wasn't even plowed when I was out & about this morning. It didn't get plowed until around 9:30.

  I have another 8" where my house is. Banks are almost 8ft.  Can't raise the bucket any higher. In the upper 20s though. Poor ol' tractor got a workout today and the plows haven't even been on my street yet. Can hardly wait.


02/24/19 02:00 PM #1878    

 

Karen Wright (Lancaster)

I can remember Dad tunneling out to the street when we lived in Ironwood.  Well, we had the Polar Vortex last week that froze our butts off and now we are in a cyclonic bomb that is blowing our shirts off and creating more whiteouts. Jimminie cricket!!  - can't wait to see what next week will bring us. 


02/25/19 08:04 AM #1879    

 

Marylyn Erickson (Lee)

Thanks for the picture Bonnie.   At least a few Michiganders are getting out these days.  From our vantage point   the news stories and comments from friends make it sound like a winter wonderland.   It’s cold here too, but only have dried grass to look at, no wonderland to shovel, plow or scoop.   We left that tool in the attic .  Will the snow be gone by July?  Will I notice a rise in the lake level?  Stay warm and take care, the potholes are here and moving north! 


02/25/19 12:29 PM #1880    

 

Robert Lambert

   Just came in from moving snow with my loader. About 3 hours and still not done!  (Wish I was a kid again.....not). Can't believe how tired I am. What a workout. Mostly the loader, but,still......

   Hope this is the last storm for this area. After 72 years I am finally getting fed up with it. Hope all is well with everyone. Stay warm. Hope the snow is gone by July and the lake don't rise. May have a swimming pool at the commons this year. LOL


02/25/19 02:23 PM #1881    

 

Karen Wright (Lancaster)

both of the houses we lived in UP there had outside doors on the 2nd floor to get out when the snow piled up too high to use the front entrance.  Sounds like people had better start adding those the way the weather is going these days.


02/26/19 10:37 AM #1882    

 

William Whitten

I think Jackie posted pics of the 200" plus of snow in Marquette.  I shared the pics with my New England and Southern friends.  NH has received a lot of snow, but not 200" in the lowlands.  My yard has around 3-4'. 


03/01/19 02:23 PM #1883    

 

Richard Berryman

I guees you all in MARQUETTE got 204 .4 inch so fare to date. We moved in to our new house on November 29th. In BAYFIELD CO. Glade to get out of the 5th wheel.We lived in it 1 year and 3 months while I was building the house. I am how removeing the 36 inches of snow off the roof.IF I can figure how to send pictures I will. I hope veryone is doing good


03/02/19 02:00 PM #1884    

 

Carol Aho (Slone)

Hi, Richard Berryman.  Are you coming to the Yooper Picnic this year?  Hope so.


03/21/19 06:58 PM #1885    

 

Albert (Sam) L'Huilllier

hope not this bad at nex get together .


03/21/19 08:40 PM #1886    

 

Karen Wright (Lancaster)

I LOVE it, Sam!!!  


03/22/19 09:13 AM #1887    

 

Robert Lambert

Mine is the one in the corner.lol

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