Candice Frisk Photo Journal of
Candy and Maureen became very good friends very quickly upon
meeting in June 1970 at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts Student
Volunteer Program. In the summer of June 1971 the two girls borrowed
the Frisk's station wagon and camping equipment and set out for Lake
Independence. During the first day of camping, which was June 12,
1971, Candy took three rolls of pictures. This probably represents
the single most photographed day in Maureen's life to still exist.
Chris Plum said his wife told him that she remembered this camping
outing. I think it was probably one of the first times that Maureen
had of enjoying the outdoors. Her parents were not exactly the
The photographs of the trip actually were lost, but in the summer
of 2005 I found the negatives and scanned them into my computer. I
had 2 sets prints made and presented them to Chris and Nancy in
I think my future wife did a great job capturing the charm and
innocence of Miss Maureen Cavanaugh from Golden Valley.
This was all before things became too complex between the three of
us. Now some thirty plus years later they show a time when friends
could be friends and enjoy uncomplicated things like molasses cookies
and hot coffee.