A lovely day for a foolish parade. We were out and got some choice standing places in the springtime sunshine, and when the parade got to be too much for the youngest of the party, we went out for hot chocolate and a muffin.
This photo gives some idea of the fun. I didn't get a picture of my favorite puppet, which was a camera complete with "flash". This was definitely a time to get photos with as much resolution as you can.
You can see many more photos of the event on the Facebook page for the 2013 Festifools event, and I'm sure as I find more I'll share more.
Severe storms and damaging winds are possible across the upper Great Lakes from the storm on April 10/April 11 2011. This map is from Mesoscale Discussion 402.
Edward Vielmetti watches for severe storms.
The 2011 Ann Arbor Take Back the Night march and rally starts at 7:00 on Thursday, April 7, on the Diag at the University of Michigan. It is expected to run until 9:00 p.m.
If you made a lantern for the 2011 Fool Moon parade, you could bring it here too.
Event map, details to follow.
Edward Vielmetti promotes safe, affordable, late night public transportation.
A snapshot of the flood outlook from the North Central River Forecast Center shows what a wet spring week will do to river levels.
The Huron River in Ann Arbor will have high water this week.
Edward Vielmetti splashes in puddles.
From the Facebook event page for FoolMoon 2011:
Bring your luminary (or kazoo / chicken suit / saxophone / what have you) to one of our three “Constellation Stations” (aka starting points), and join fellow frolickers for the Foolish stroll to W. Washington Street. We will begin gathering around 7:45pm, and the processionals will set off at 8:15pm.
The starting points on the map below: U of Michigan Museum of Art on State Street, Farmers Market in Kerrytown, and Slauson Middle School on West Washington St.
Edward Vielmetti will see you on the street.
From Risks Digest v26 n40, a publication of the Association of Computing Machinery edited by Peter G. Neumann.
Date: 1 Apr 2011 1:02:03 -0800
From: Mark Thorson <email@example.com>
Subject: Facebook introduces `enemies list' feature
PALO ALTO, CA — Facebook today announced availability of a new feature, the
enemies list. "This is the single most requested feature from our customer
base, and we always respond to our customers," said company spokesman Ronald
Ziegler. "It's based on the old proverb, 'The enemy of my enemy is my
friend'," he added. "When two people add the same third party to their
enemies lists, they automatically become Facebook friends." In response to
a question, Ziegler said there is no corresponding function to automatically
add the friends of enemies to a user's enemies list.
Edward Vielmetti studies severance agreements with great care.
Tickets are available now for the 151st Annual Spring Concert of the University of Michigan Men's Glee Club, to be held at Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor on April 9 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $18 and $15, $5 for students (general admission).
For more information: http://www.ummgc.org.
Edward Vielmetti knows the words to many obscure Michigan songs.