Angle to Key West: Brews and Canoes This Friday

Hi Everyone!

If you’re in the Minneapolis area and want to say hi, hear about the trip so far, and hang out with the fantastic people from Friends of the Boundary Waters who work every day to keep the Boundary Waters beautiful, come on out to Indeed Brewing Company this Friday, September 28, at 5 p.m.

Here are the details:

Friday, Sept. 28
5 – 7 p.m. (the taproom is open to the public 3 – 9 p.m.)
Brief presentation at 5:30 p.m.

Indeed Brewing Company
711 15th Avenue NE
Minneapolis MN 55413

For more information, click here:

Looking forward to seeing you there!

4 thoughts on “Angle to Key West: Brews and Canoes This Friday

  1. D! Imagine my surprise when I downloaded this week’s podcast of “Whad’Ya Know” with Michael Feldman and heard a great interview with you!! You did a wonderful job. Feldman is hilarious and he loves it when someone can play along. Enjoy Minneapolis! Great City. Tía Laura

  2. Hope to see you when you pass thru Pensacola some time this winter …..I really enjoy your e-mails ..I have been keeping up from day 1 …thot I might join you for a day or 2 from Pensacola down to Destin , etc ….sorry I am not in MSP for tha beer Friday nite …I bought my first canoe in Mar. , ’66…my first kayak 10 yeears ago …I live on the Escambia River N. of Pensacola about 15 miles ….hope to see you  later ..Jeff  


  3. Daniel..

    I have NOT checked your most recent posting, as you can see this is Monday, but I wanted to check in with you.

    You will be in MINNEAPOLIS on Friday!! WOW!!

    Now, you’re really are in my backyard. Minneapolis is where I grew up and is a FANTASTIC city-I think your dad said you have a friend that lives in St. Paul-probably a great tour guide-so much to see. Try to get to the area near Nicollet Island-it is where the old Pillsbury and General Foods grain mills harnessed the Mississippi for graining flour. Also, I believe Father Hennepin set up some kind of camp during the 1800 hundreds to convert the Native Americans. ANYWAY, I could on-and-on about little curiosities of a great city.

    Good luck and I hope you make it to see your dad in St. Louis??

    Cheers, Gerry


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