I have always said that I have the best view in Edina, with Arneson Acres' gardens and trees attracting everything from weddings to wildlife. We've seen people gather for 90th birthday parties, class reunions and classes on the terrace, and eagles and owls swoop by our window.
Today, we watched a group of young people working on... something. Finally, we figured out that they were building track for a dolly for a video camera.
Then, a young fox scampered into the scene, as if on cue. He rolled on the hill in the sunshine, scratched his ears and watched the surprised humans, who watched back. Then, one of the young men started shooting film and for several minutes, the fox posed and played like a contestant on America's Next Top Model before going off into the woods.
Yes, we do get work done at the office. Why do you ask?
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