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Zero and sunshine, low light fog, no breeze, perfect for Jack Frost. Northern Wisconsin in November, pretty and cold. Advertisements
This morning walking down the gravel road, Wester Avenue in Taylor County Wisconsin I counted seven squished grass snakes and one red bellied snake, two road toad skins, but then I quit looking down because geese were flying over in … Continue reading
You are an image in my mind, a stop action photo I see you there and there, doing this, sitting there. I remember…
We can see ground! Really wet ground. The last snowstorm was on Friday, melting started on Saturday, melting geared up on Sunday and today whoohoo rivers of melt water. The areas where there was walking or driving have deep frost … Continue reading
Look to this day!… For yesterday is but a dream. And tomorrow is only a vision. But today well lived Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness And tomorrow a vision of hope. — Kalidasa
Thirty below forecast for Monday night and things are being cancelled. It’s too cold to take the chance on travel, especially when it’s optional. Things break, break down, freeze up and generally don’t work as well in this kind of … Continue reading
I live in the land of evergreen giants flocked by frozen fog and snowflakes and framed by a clear blue sky. Taylor County is the southern-most county in Wisconsin with national forestland. The edge of a glacier, the soils, the … Continue reading
Pastel morning – fickle sky by Jeanine Renzoni Fluffy snow fell overnight and the gods of color offered up pinks, peach and blues this morning. It was a balmy 11 degrees and rising so I headed back into the house … Continue reading
Orange coat, no white (check), stay in yard or go to town (check), orange vest on dog (check), and horses in close pasture (check), all for the joys of gun deer season in the country (for the next 9 days). … Continue reading