Thursday, November 23, 2006

I'm thankful for Venangoland, gift baskets, Indian Motorcycles, and, of course, the work of the Oil City Art's Champ

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone here in America.

Pete Greene gives some holiday meal tips at Venangoland.

How widespread is YouTube these days? So much so that some SRU student "leaders" are in trouble after posting a video depicting them "ghost-riding" college equiptment to the site. Alumni must very, very proud.

Meadville's Channellock will be featured on the DIY Network’s Cool Tools . No air date as of yet.

Why can I buy a Butler County gift basket for Christmas, but not a Venango County one? Huh? Huh? Tell me! I would love to be able to send the best of the county's products to my friends and family who live far away.

Huzzah wenches! Skip Wal-Mart on the big shopping holiday and instead head to Pittsburgh Irish Center (6886 Forward Avenue) for the Reanaissance Artisian Market. November 25-26 from 10am - 6 pm

Speaking of Pittsburgh, as a rule, I'm against holiday displays. But it's hard to wrong with one that includes 19th century art and a 1923 Ace Four Cylinder, a 1929 Indian 101 Scout, and a 1939 Indian Four.

1 comment:

Peter A. Greene said...

And a happy Thanksgiving to you and the family as well.

Love the SRU clip. I continue to be amazed at how Young Folks These Days mistake internet sites for private places rather than billboards visible to every person on the planet.