Winter has begun – we’ve had a few days of snow showers, and even a little snow sticking to the ground.
I love watching the sky above our high prairies. This is looking northwest, across a four year old planted prairie, toward the coming storm.
It’s wonderful to be back at the farm after our trip east. We’ve decided that Wisconsin and Minnesota compare pretty well with the places we saw.
We just got back from a trip through eastern Canada. I still have a few photos from before we left, so this is a short, belated post about the farm in mid-September.
Our friend Martha was a geology major in college, and she loves rocks. So this post is for her – all sorts of cool rocks from Michigan to Nova Scotia.
We’ve had some good rain at the farm in the last week or so.
I’ve been putting information and photos of my insect finds on our new blog: Bugfolks.com.
It’s nice to have a place to put pictures where people who are interested in insects will see them. I’ve found some wonderful bugs in the last week, so go check it out! And please join us at Bugfolks if you’re interested in observing and learning about insects! There’s a list serve, as well as the blog.
Cliff and Al came and took the Volvo away today. Mike says we should start calling Volvo Meadow “ The Meadow Formerly Known as Volvo”.