Some noisy flyovers and noisy field-guests in our area means one thing…the goose migration is in full swing.
Here is a picture of a visitor to our little ranch a couple days ago. The tree he/she is sitting in is about a 100 yards away between the house and our livestock pens. While I was outside taking pictures, it was eerily quiet. Our normally noisy roosters were completely silent while that eagle was … More The Visitor “Bald Eagle”
On this day (several years ago), which ended with a bull on the highway, I started my morning around 2:30 a.m. on the east coast to catch a flight out of a small airport after a professional conference. The journey included one cancelled flight and making it home three hours later than I was originally … More The Bull On the Highway
Earlier this winter, our puppy caught sight of a nature show hubby was watching on TV. When the wolves appeared, she got very agitated. At the end of the video when she runs off the deck, she ran around to the far side of the house in an attempt to find those creatures that were … More Photo Friday March 15, 2013 “Puppy Watching TV”
For the introduction to this series about a never-say-die 1977 Ford F-250 farm truck (“Old Brown”) and how (and why) it needed replacement parts, visit “One Piece At a Time“. Doors and the latches that open and close them are necessities that are taken for granted in most vehicles. In Old Brown, they were luxuries. … More Driver Door #1: One Way Traffic
It rained today. It has been a while since I could say that. We are in the midst of a historic drought in northeast Nebraska . People are comparing it to the 50’s or even the 30’s. We limped through last year, using all of the reserve soil moisture and depending on irrigation to keep … More The Day It Rained