Steve and all,
Arrived back in Central Wisconsin this AM, found three emails
announcing the new Ancient Vikings Yahoogroup web site.
Congratulations, Steve. Over the months, I hope to go over
correspondence and newsclippings Marion Dahm sent over a fifteen year
time period, to look for photos or pertinent informationn which could
prove helpful to you and the new web group.
The Ancient Viking site gives you and others a special meetingplace
to intercommunicate any way you choose the apparently continuous
amounts of research data and insights you appear to have in your
research and diligent furthering of the work of our W. Minnesota
friend, Marion Dahm. Marion would have highly approved of your choice
of title. Internet searches will bring considerably more results
with "viking" than they would with "Marion", which is often
Yesterday during an afternoon Madison, Wisconsin Ancient Earthworks
Society field trip, then evening meeting on the UW campus, DVD clips
from different members included short references and photos of the
Kensington Runestone. I distributed copies of the mid-1800's
Minnesota survey map link w/a few of your insights to a couple of
inquiring Earthworks group members. In my briefcase, I will include
copies of the Ancient Vikings home page when inquiries come up at
various organizational associations I am involved in.
--- In email@example.com
> Susan and All Members, Please visit this site and bookmark it to
> favorites. Here I will keep a diary of on-going research, of
> discoverys as they are made and many files, photos and maps of the
> wset central minnesota area. All coments and questions are welcome
> please help in putting the pieces of this puzzle together.
> Please also pass this site on to others interested in viking
> and to others of the alexandria lakes area.
> thank you