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Roaming wild

12/4/18

Thanksgiving is behind us, but not all turkeys were destined for holiday feasts. There are plenty of wild turkeys still roaming throughout the...

WINTERY FEAST

11/27/18

The cattle watched as I trudged through six inches of snow into their pasture. My husband, Bruce, and I had driven the pickup truck into the field...

The arrival of winter is exciting to snow sports enthusiasts, but it’s good news for another group, too: backyard bird watchers.Dec. 1 is the...

A winter getaway to ‘fairy-tale land’

11/19/18

‘Follow me.” I’m trying. But with torched quads trying to stay on top of skis floating through fluffy powder, it’s harder than it sounds. In front...

Get a taste of life in the galleys

11/12/18

For a NATO-member warship, Greece’s Olympias is pretty unusual. It’s got a zero carbon footprint, no whale-zapping sonar and an antiquated...

Weather predictor ... or not?

11/8/18

The wooly bear caterpillar is one of the most recognizable insects found in North America. This is partly because of its large size and relative...

Wander along the dusty Desert Trail

11/1/18

I felt every drop of sweat make its way down my face, neck and back as I stared down the rattlesnake, its beady eyes locked with mine, daring me to...

There’s a hierarchy in the cattle world

10/26/18

‘Which one is the dominant animal?” my husband, Bruce, asked over the phone. Without hesitation, I said, Topper. We had pastured a small herd of...

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