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November 6, 2021

Genevieve Michal with her grandson Karl Kroll

The Wittrock boys, from Bismarck, visited at Grandma Verna Grafstroms last weekend.

Jeff Vertina visited his folks, Katherine and Jerry, last weekend and put his boats away.

Karl Kroll left here Wednesday taking the gravel roads through Beltrami. The following night he texted that going through the reservation he had friendly waves and a nice visit.

I enjoyed a nice visit and tea with Mary Lee.

Mary Grafstrom returned home from her vacation in Florida. She enjoyed visiting the Poyzers and getting bonding time with Ruby and Eleanor. They even got in some sewing.

Sam, Lola and Solveig Harren went to the Cross Country Meet at Bagley. The Warroad team did well and Linnea ran her fastest time yet.

Brett Jorgensen is back home from his enjoyable family trip to Hawaii. They went to an outstanding Botanical Garden.

On Halloween the "trick and treaters" were out despite the cold and windy night. The little kids were playing different characters. Elsie Grafstrom was an artist-she probably was a painter.

Blake Monkman, from Orlando, Florida is home at Diane and Dennis' to spend some time during hunting season.

Marcy Santl visited at Diane and Dennis Monkmans Tuesday.

November Birthdays- Ramona Novacek's birthday Nov. 1 and her twin sons Nov. 7. Hans Grafstrom Nov 5 and Henry Harren and Corey Hulst have Nov. 6th birthdays. My daughter Mary Jo would have been 60 years on Nov. 1.

"Something Told The Wild Geese"

Rachel Field

Something told the wild geese

It was time to go.

Though the fields lay golden

Something whispered, "Snow".

Leaves were green and stirring,

Berries, luster-glossed,

But beneath warm feathers

Something cautioned, "Frost".

All the sagging orchards

Steamed with amber spice,

But each wild breast stiffened

At remembered ice,

Something told the wild geese

It was time to fly-

Summer sun was on their wings,

Winter in their cry.

 

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