|Wayzata Marquee. Photo Dan Gustafson.|
Every year we wonder when the first snowfall is going to occur. It just so happens that in Wayzata, MN, it was Sunday October 26th, for the Winter of 2008-2009. None of it is sticking, as the ground, cars, and everything else is still to warm, but if you look outside you can see it none the less.
Pictured left is the Wayzata.com-mobile, offering a dark black back drop for a couple of flakes to be picked up with my camera. Just think, we could have a foot of the white stuff in a couple three weeks. It’s a perfect day to turn on the heat, lay on the couch, and watch some football or a movie.
Stay tuned to Wayzata.com, your winter wonderland leader.
Eric Berg emailed me tonight and offered to supply some photos from the Wayzata Football Trojans versus the Burnsville Blaze game from Friday night.
You will not find higher quality images of Wayzata Football games as Eric’s work stands above and alone in quality. For your viewing pleasure, 4 outstanding shots of the Wayzata victory over Burnsville from Friday night.
Additionally, I have added them to: WAYZATA FOOTBALL 2008: #2 Trojans (7-0) snuff Burnsville Blaze (0-7) 70-0 to remain unbeaten the original write-up of the game.
Thanks again Eric, from Dan and the everyone here at the Wayzata.com community!
Wish I had my better camera with me when I was driving home from Lowe’s in Plymouth this evening at about 8:30. Regardless, the fog at the athletic fields at Wayzata Central Middle School was so thick you could cut it with a knife. It looked really spooky! Halloween is right around the corner!
This appears to be a Democratic Blog pointed to candidates websites for no other reason than to build page rank. That being said, these pictures were taken in Wayzata, so therefore I will make you aware of them as Wayzata.com is an equal opportunity Wayzata promoter.