My morning walk is again cloaked in darkness. The sunrise song from the birds has mostly disappeared, save the occasional screech of a blue jay, which if you listen long enough begins to sound like a newspaper’s comments section.
Still, autumn is the most underrated of the seasons and it’s not really its fault, I contend. Read more →
The Monarchs, bison, milkweed, upland sandpipers, and meadowlarks in Blue Mounds State Park in Luverne, Minn., didn’t care that a 90-degree heat wave had hit the region today. On the prairie, it’s their time of year. Read more →
It’s not unusual for airports to report instrument flight conditions, in which it’s legal to take off and land only if a flight is operated under instrumental flight rules. But it is unusual for the conditions to exist on an otherwise sunny day. Read more →
Six inches of rainfall in six hours raises this question about life in Minnesota: Would you rather have a foot of snow, freezing temps and a dry basement? Or summertime temperatures, rain, and soggy carpet? Again. Read more →