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It's a lot work pushing over a 14,500 ton structure.
It's a lot work pushing over a 14,500 ton structure.
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Gordy’s Tour of Italy: The Leaning Tower of Pisa is Definitely Worth Seeing

After attending a Lutheran church service in Livorno, we traveled north to Pisa, which is along the coast. Pisa was the birthplace of Galileo Galilei.

When I first entered the area and saw the Leaning Tower of Pisa, I marveled it could stand for so long

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Pastor Breimhorst's Prayer Interpreted by Waldensian Rev.
Pastor Breimhorst's Prayer Interpreted by Waldensian Rev.
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Gordy’s Tour of Italy: My Favorite Visit in Italy Was Not a Tourist Spot

Our Italian trip was filled with some awesome sights and great memories. The Colosseum in Rome, the Sistine Chapel and Basilica of St. Peter in Vatican City, Leaning Tower of Pisa and Pompeii.

But my favorite event was a simple church service at the tiny Waldensian Church in Livorno, south of Pisa along the coast

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David Ready For The Moment
David Ready For The Moment
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Gordy’s Tour of Italy: Michelangelo Sculpture Of David Is Breathtaking In Florence

While on our recent travels to Italy, we had to see the world-famous Michelangelo masterpiece sculpture of the biblical David with a visit to the Academia Museum in Florence.

Our guide told us other artists tried to produce the sculpture but were frustrated by the flawed piece of marble

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Italian Leather Coat
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Gordy’s Tour of Italy: My Italian Leather Coat And Ceramic Butter Dish

I've always wanted an Italian leather coat and yes, while in Italy that dream became a reality. Before purchasing my coat in Florence, I bought a ceramic butter dish and don't remember which town I purchased it in

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Roof of Piccolomini Library
Roof of Piccolomini Library
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Gordy’s Tour of Italy: Breathtaking Art Adorns Siena Cathedral In Italy

After our visit to Assisi, we boarded a bus and headed to Siena in the Tuscany region. It was about an hour's drive to the town that features (as many European cities do) a fabulous town square. In fact, more than one

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San Michele Arcangelo Church
San Michele Arcangelo Church
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St. Francis Seems Like My Kind Of Guy: Italy Trip, Log 2

My trip to Italy with a group led by ELCA Southeastern Minnesota Synod Bishop Steve Delzer and Christ Lutheran of Faribault Pastor Craig Breimhorst took us to Italy's version of fantasy island.

Ricardo Montalban wasn't there, and it was a steep climb on Isola Maggiore, which is inhabited by a handful of people now

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Assisi, Italy
Assisi, Italy
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Italy Was An Experience I’ll Never Forget

On April 6, 28 people boarded a plane at Minneapolis-St. Paul airport, and I happened to be one of those lucky people. We went to beautiful Italy. Most of us were from Faribault and most of us were Lutheran

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Adrian, Play for the Vikings, Or Stay Home

I have to admit when the whole Adrian Peterson not wanting to play in Minnesota anymore first surfaced I said, "get rid of the bum." Now my opinion is different.

I'm tired of listening to Peterson and his agent whine about Minnesota not showing Peterson enough love

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Target Field
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It’s Time For The Boys Of Summer

I know the girls state high school basketball tournament is this week, and I don't want to slight the ladies, but with the high temperatures of the last week I can't help but think of baseball season. We have spring training reports beginning at 4:25 each afternoon this week, and I stopped by for a peek at Target Field when I was covering the boys high school basketball tournament last week

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Let the games begin.
Let the games begin.
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KDHL Baseline-To-Baseline Coverage In Its 67th Year

KDHL Radio has covered the Minnesota Boys State High School Basketball Tournament since going on the airwaves in 1948 -- from the single class to the double class to today's four classes. For me, it's been a privilege to be part of the history

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