Sandy's town on the shores of the Minnetonka. To some people that
may have a strange sound to it, but long ago that's how locals refered to
it. "The Minnetonka" was, and is, "The Great Waters". More than a mere "Lake"
it was a sacred place to many for millennia.
If you once lived in or near Mound, Minnesota and are now living far
away. You are the person this web site was intended for.
My notice of copyright "basically says" to copy and keep these images for
your own non commercial use, but on any and all reproductions acknowledge
the copyright and keep any names, photo credits or
Would you believe.....
1. This site depends on the reuse of images stored
in, and retrieved from, your computer's cache. What ever browser you
are using should be set to make maximum use of locally stored files. Set
NEVER" look for new pages.
See the menu page for instructions if needed.
2. Use your
browser's "BACK" button
instead of a return link when ever possible.
3. Certain types of advertising is almost always controlled by your browser's
Java script settings which your browser's "Help" file will tell you can be
easily switched on or off. As I am using a free server it wouldn't be ethical
for me to give instructions to you concerning those settings in your own
browser, so I won't do it. Sorry.
4. AOL uses the .ART file format, those with the ".art" after the file name.
ART further compresses already compressed files like jpg's by discarding
some data. When the data comprising an image is marginal to begin with, you
can't afford this kind of loss. It is best to deactivate art creation before
viewing this site or the bad graphics will look even worse. See the menu
page for instructions on setting your graphic compression if
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