Monthly Archives: August 2013

Drew Meets Mr. Libbie in Mason City Iowa

By | August 31, 2013

Today, I had the chance to meet up with an old radio friend from my KKEZ and KRIT Fort Dodge days. Mike Libbie and I never actually worked together. He was program director and morning host on KKEZ for several years before I arrived. One night while I was on the air, this guy shows… Read More »

Taco Tico, Oh How I’ve Missed You!

By | August 30, 2013

“On the road again. I just can’t wait to get on the road again.” After a fun-filled 10 days in Algona, Iowa, I’m headed back out on the trail. Taking a slight detour east to Mason City to spend Labor Day weekend with my radio buddy Jared. Then, it’s time to point the car westward… Read More »

Jen’s Porch Becomes My Office for the Week

By | August 22, 2013

All essential items for roaming the country and working on the road are shown in the photo below: reliable vehicle, friend’s comfortable patio, laptop computer, external mouse, portable radio, and Diet Mountain Dew. No dress clothes, time clock, or cubicle required or desired. There are actually two more essential items: a fast, reliable Wi-Fi connection… Read More »

Ramblin’ Road Trip 2013: Algona, Iowa

By | August 19, 2013

The next leg of Ramblin’ Road Trip 2013 will take me to Algona, Iowa. I will be there for several days. Let me know if you’re in the area and want to get together. By the way, Algona has all 3 kinds of pizza: Godfather’s Pizza, Pizza Hut, and Pizza Ranch! When I was a… Read More »

Walking Lake Marion in Lakeville, Minnesota

By | August 18, 2013

I had a great walk this morning around Lake Marion. For those of you not familiar with the Twin Cities metro area, Lake Marion is located approximately 35 miles south of Minneapolis in Lakeville, Minnesota. My father and I used to go ice fishing on this lake when I was 7-8 years old. It was… Read More »

Day Trip with Dana: Itasca State Park Minnesota

By | August 1, 2013

Yesterday, we decided to take a day trip to Itasca State Park. Itasca is Minnesota’s oldest state park, known best as being the source of the mighty Mississippi River. It starts here and proceeds to flow for 2,552 miles before emptying into the Gulf of Mexico. At this point, you can literally walk across the… Read More »