Monthly Archives: February 2011

Turkeys, part 2, and Fizzy’s debut

This morning the turkeys were back!  We’ve had a wonderful warm spell, although you can see that there’s still some snow around that hasn’t melted yet.  The temperature rose to 55 F today.  We haven’t seen them for the better part … Continue reading

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Thawing and Reducing

The cold weather has finally broken.  The temperature reached the high 40s today and we took Limo for a good walk along Papio Creek.  The ice cover had largely melted and the snowmelt served to add to its volume considerably. I … Continue reading

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Another cold(ish) snap

Eight degrees below zero at eight o’clock this morning.  Not the coldest weather I’ve ever experienced, by any means–that has to have been while we were living in Moorhead, Minnesota and I was working out of Detroit Lakes, some 45 miles … Continue reading

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Conesicles

It’s been a warm-ish weekend in Omaha, the temperature barely rising to above the freezing mark, following quite a cold spell last week.  Some of the snow on the roof was encouraged to relinquish its frozen state, the meltwater flowing … Continue reading

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Turkeys!

Having just completed uploading my galleries of photos from Aftermath and New Zealand today, I am happy to add my first actual blog of really recent interest.  There is a family of wild turkeys that inhabits a little ravine formed … Continue reading

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