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In case Loki wants to see this, here is the new notice of event.

http://emma.msrb.org/ER608084-ER471938-ER875278.pdf

If the link does not work, just go to emma.msrb.org, the cusup is 81039PAA7.

I did call the treasure's office in that city, and they said they have nothing to do with the bond, they were just a go-between. I did mention that the bond does say City of Scottsburg on it, but they did not change their opinion. Interesting.
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Thanks.

I believe we have finally won the battle to save the city, after 5 years. The misuse of tax exempt bonds ended up a moot point, assuming the living dead does not rise again. We're still going to end up with $10 million in losses, but a lot better than $50 million or $80 million.

Enjoying Superior country? I'm showing 67 in Ontonagon. Downstate we're going to hit 96 tomorrow and 99 Tuesday. I'm in the mood for a swim in the big lake.
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I'm on delay status again to the UP. Enjoying some mellow time in northern californai, getting in some hammock time on hot afternoons.

While reading about bankruptcy filings by Stockton and San Bernadino, CA, I also noticed that Mammouth, CA also filed for bankruptcy. Their filing had something to do with being sued by a developer. I did not research the particulars on it.
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Ooops, change in plans. Now headed for northern MN for a week or two. Hopefully will get up in the Boundary Waters area.

Then maybe over towards Watersmeet. I'll bring along your travel guide to the area.
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If you get to Lake Superior near the Minnesota Canada border, check out the Naniboujou Lodge.

http://www.naniboujou.com/history.php

I was just talking with a friend who did the Lake Superior Circle Tour last summer (we did it about 10 years ago) and naturally this place came up. The history fails to explain why Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, and others would create a private club in 1928 in the middle of the middle of nowhere, other than being 3 miles south of the border.

Sylvania Wilderness (Watersmeet) is not quite on the par for canoe trips as the Boundary Waters, but pretty darn good (other than a few portages and mosquitoes).

Bob Zelinsky of Sylvania Outfitters is the expert. He also runs whitewater canoe-kayak trips of the Middle and West Branch of the Ontonagon.

http://www.sylvaniaoutfitters.com/
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