Monday, July 16, 2012

4th of July in Eveleth Minnesota

There is something incredibly special about celebrating the 4th of July in a small town in America.
Perhaps it was made extra special because I watched these same fire trucks slowing moving down this same street many times as a youngun.
Perhaps it is because the candy is still flying in Eveleth.
And maybe because patriotism is so alive in small town America.

 The sun was warm and bright ... the day beautiful!

The night before we swatted mosquitos while we watched fireworks and ate Poor Gary's Pizza.
I can't believe I don't have a pizza picture!
If you're ever in Eveleth and have a yen for a fabulous thin pizza .... give it a whirl!

I'm going to slowly get around to posting pictures from our vacation ... perhaps one theme at a time.
I really don't know how else to do it!


I survived my first day back to work.
I'm coughing up a lung after 2 weeks of no sleep turned from sinus to chest yet again.
I'm boycotting Minnesota.
This makes it 2 for 2 and I have things to do this week.
Lots of them.

1 comment:

  1. fantastic fireworks photos! I remember Eveleth! just a hop away from Virginia! Betty