Choogle On! with Uncle Weed – Renegade documentaries

January 3, 2010

Festive Greetings to Ice Fishermen – Choogle On #82

Shortly after New Year’s Day, Uncle Weed recounts highlights from the passing year including a surprising visit with bong-toting ice fishermen on a frozen neighborhood lake, plus recaps on concerts, spreading messages to media and youth, voting often, speaking out, supporting soldiers and peaceniks, resisting cynicism, researching the painter Varley, publishing literature, sparking coverage of Olympics, making a board game, gallery visits, riding the new SeaBus, remembering ole dead gramps, drinking stout and earl grey tea, and the joys of treading on thin ice.

Festive Greetings to Ice Fishermen – Choogle On #82 (36:57, .mp3)

Festive Greeting to Ice Fishermen

Photo by John Bollwitt, remixed by Uncle Weed

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3 Comments

  1. Great stuff. Thanks for the shout out ol’ boy. Keep on chooglin’. :)

    Comment by Mike Browne — January 5, 2010 @ 5:14 pm

  2. […] listen to: Festive Greetings to Ice Fishermen – Choogle On #82: Shortly after New Year’s Day, Uncle Weed recounts highlights from the passing year including a […]

    Pingback by 2009 Highlights and Musings – Art and Diligence « Ephemeral Feasthouse ~ Observations by Storymaker Dave Olson AKA Uncle Weed — January 23, 2010 @ 6:37 pm

  3. […] My ukulele-playing pal in Guam would always begin his humourous anecdotes on the boat with “so there i was … ” In this case, my story begins thusly, “so there i was, recording a podcast along the banks of Rice Lake, reflecting on the past year and figuring out my next move – i walked home and then the craziest thing happened in the form of an email from Mexico.”  (here’s the podcast: Festive Greetings to Ice Fishermen – Choogle On #82). […]

    Pingback by Same bus, different stop – Trading Kits for Railtown « Ephemeral Feasthouse ~ Observations by Storymaker Dave Olson AKA Uncle Weed — January 23, 2010 @ 8:26 pm


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