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Author Archives: Logan C. Adams
I shot a bunch of photos of the fireworks Saturday night out at Jamestown Reservoir. See, here’s one of them. You can see a big gallery of my best shots by clicking this link.
Four slabs of baby back ribs, two sharptail grouse breasts and a pack of County Market brats. God bless America.
There is an elevated risk at the moment of sewer backups in Jamestown. As such, residents are being advised to reduce water use and plug floor drains. If you need to know about how to do that, watch this video … Continue reading
I was going to post about this last week but got too busy, so I’m writing about it now. My fiancee and I took a trip to the new Bison 6 Cinema out at the Buffalo Mall a week ago … Continue reading
This blog is quickly turning into a gardening blog. Here’s a shot of my Asiatic lilies blooming.
I left this glass outside on the table Monday evening. It was empty at the time, but after Tuesday’s rain showers, look how much water it had in it.
Here’s a test of this posting app I’m trying. There should be a photo above that shows some flowers my awesome fiancÃ©e and I planted this weekend. How about you? Is your garden planted yet? Are you doing one?
So this guy made a video of himself going to every state and stating a stereotype about each one. Every state gets it, but North Dakota gets twice the trash.
Hey folks. I’m getting marred Sept. 24 in Jamestown. The thing is, my fiancee has tasked me with planning a fantastic honeymoon for us, and I have no idea where to go. We don’t want to go on our honeymoon … Continue reading
Ave Maria Village is having a silent auction and shredded-beef barbecue supper at the facility from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the facility. The dinner is $5 per person and silent auction items are donations from many local businesses. … Continue reading