Here we go!
Let’s start with something light. Bryon Houlgrave has some photos from a recent excursion to Wirth Park (skateboarding for those unfamiliar).
Locally, Mayor Larry Nelson‘s blog is still just posting the mayor’s memos detailing his activities. Of interest may be point 5 the upcoming schedule of meetings through the beginning of the year.
Alexander is closing Hobo Springs. Don’t despair. He’s still posting at A Little Off Main.
Curt Otto at Maple & Main gives us the conclusion of the missing tree saga.
Kyle Prast attended the Republican “Victory” party at the Country Springs Hotel and has posted pictures and thoughts at Practically Speaking.
In cooking, MommaBlogger has found a recipe for lasagna humbly named The Best Lasagna Ever. You can see pictures of it at Homemaker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
In state news, Senator Mary Lazich (chief aide Kevin Fischer?), writing at Conservatively Speaking, spotlights an initiative that would put a data base of state government spending on the web.
Huckleberry Dumbell at The Spring City Chronicle disagreed with Jessica McBride’s article in Milwaukee Monthly on the deaths of several college students in La Crosse.
Of interest to bloggers, Cindy Kilkenny shares a tool at Fairly Conservative for editing those YouTube clips that all the cool kids are posting.
Then on national items, The Asian Badger links to an article in Forbes magazine on the financial mess.
Dad29 had a couple of items on the recent campaign that could use attention.
The Family Guy looks at Obama’s challenges in Nation United? Hardly.
JJ Gravelle, newly appointed community columnist for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, posts about “big food” over at The Daily Scoff.
Scott Feldstein has some suggestions for the GOP.
silent e thinks Gov. Sarah Palin scares the Left.
Finally, James WIgderson mirrors many of my own thoughts in this post at Wigderson Library & Pub.
That’s it for this week’s carnival. Tune in next week for another edition of the best of Waukesha bloggers.