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Smudge and Pudge were two carefree dogs who lived in rural Ogilvie. They happened upon the Smedstad farm in 1975. Most Minnesotans remember this winter as one of the vilest in all of Minnesota winters! Four separate storms had wind velocity over 70 mph and one of those storms hit 100 mph with 20 foot snow drifts. Over 60 people died in just two of these storms that produced over five feet of snow in some areas. There was also a song recorded that depicted just how dangerous these storms were in the rock classic, The Shipwreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. An epic tale of just one disaster that took place in a state that some from the south believe never sees a warm day and has snow cover year round!
It was the winter when Smudge and Pudge first surfaced. ...More