I couldn’t help but grunt Tim the Toolman’s words to myself today (quietly….I didn’t want my co-workers to think I was odd….any more odd than they already think I am).
I noticed, almost by accident, that some of the new blogs crossing my desk this week were pretty testosterone heavy. Kind of serendipitous considering Father’s Day is fast approaching.
So for all the dads out there these blogs are for you (lots of women will like them too):
Midwest Outdoor Journal – http://midwestoutdoorjournal.areavoices.com Here’s a blog for the Dad who loves hunting, fishing and the outdoors. Chris Larsen is an outdoor writer and television producer residing in River Falls, Wisconsin. He’s a former TV sports anchor who is now the Content Editor of Foremosthunting.com and Producer of Foremost Outdoor TV, a regional program highlighting the outdoor lifestyle in the Upper Midwest.
The Racing Life – http://theracinglife.areavoices.com Talk about “MORE POWER!” This blog is written by Sailer Productions in conjunction with their television show “The Racing Life.” Their goal is to show all the aspects of dirt track racing in parts of North Dakota and Minnesota , highlighting interviews with race car drivers and all the people that work together to put on a night at the races.
Red River Kart – http://redriverkartclub.areavoices.com This blog is also written by Sailer Productions to promote the Red River Kart Club which started in 2010. The club holds races at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds in West Fargo, ND.
How to Survive the Back 9 – http://mysticlakegolf.areavoices.com – For the dads (moms and kids too) who spend their weekends on the course, PGA golf professional Al Pehrson from The Meadows at Mystic Lake offers golf tips and advice.
Culture Builds Community – http://theartscenter.areavoices.com Some dads are into the arts. This blog out of Jamestown, North Dakota will share weekly aspects and aspirations of The Arts Center’s Culture Builds Community Story. It will highlight art, artists, volunteers, programs and activities to show how powerful the arts can be in building and strengthening our communities.