There is an ‘Everything But Anchovies’ banner hanging up in Barwood Arena. RIP pic.twitter.com/30dARK1G0D
— Josh Weinreb (@JoshWeinreb) December 11, 2017
Check out these videos posted on Instagram the other day by Bona Bones:
You might recall that we wrote about Bona way back in February when she was fundraising for this project. The final product is expected to clock in at 8 minutes — and at one hour of animating per one second of animation, it’s a long process!
The agony and the ecstasy: 10-year-old Noi waiting for his team’s World Cup tourney draw is #relatable
From Greg Fennell in a column published Saturday about Noi and his family watching the draw in their Hanover home on Friday (Noi’s parents immigrated from Iceland):
Both of Gudbjartsson’s and Magnadottir’s boys received school permission to watch Friday’s draw at home. Noi, a Ray School fifth-grader, donned an Iceland jersey for the moment; Isak relaxed with him on a couch while Dad watched from the kitchen. (Mom could stay only 15 minutes before heading to work.) All patiently waited through a half-hour of speeches, performances and introductions before the reveal.
Noi clutched a pillow to his chest and Isak, normally a chatty sort, remained quiet through the festivities, but both responded favorably to Iceland’s assignment. So did Gudbjartsson, who pumped a gentle fist when the country’s name finally came up.
“I’m just happy because we know how Croatia plays and we beat them (in qualifying),” Isak said. “Argentina is really good. … If we can get into that second spot (in the group) and go into the lower-side bracket in eliminations, we can probably get further than that.”
“I think we’re going to win this,” Noi remarked. “That’s all that’s on my mind. If we get beaten, I’ll still be happy for the Icelandic people and the team because they did well and got into their first World Cup.”
But true! All showings at 4:15 p.m.
Carl Diener, of Hanover, #NH, quietly walks into the #woods near his home while looking for deer tracks on the second to last day of New Hampshire's muzzleloader season earlier this month. Diener began #hunting in the 1980s with a co-worker and was attracted to #muzzleloader season because it's a two-week head start on rifle season. “I have a different philosophy about hunting than a lot of modern hunters do, I guess,” the 62-year-old says. “I don’t really care for the commercialism of it. It’s a #spiritual experience.” ➡️ More at www.vnews.com. Direct link in profile. ⬅️ (Valley News – Geoff Hansen @hansen_geoff) #vnewsuv #uppervalley #upval #photojournalism #hunter #hunt #autumn #fall #603