Monthly Archives: June 2011

Seasonal Storms and Sunny Sequelae

Continuing my previous NorthWoods report…the weather did, indeed, turn nice (for two whole days).   And, of course, we took full advantage of the lovely weather—to take full advantage of the $100+ we had put out to rent the log splitter … Continue reading

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A Soggy Summer Solstice

We’ve been back at Aftermath for four days now, planning on staying for a whole three weeks, and it’s been great being here again, but the weather has not been ideal for some of the activities one dreams about when … Continue reading

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Wildlife Transport, Part Two

This week’s pickup had a bit more adventure in store for me than the previous ones.  It started out rather routine, with 5 apparently orphaned cottontails with their eyes barely open, a near-adult cottontail with a facial laceration, and a … Continue reading

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Hello summer—addendum

As it turned out, my complacent pooh-poohing of the storm warning was sadly premature, and the NOAA weather forecasters knew what they were broadcasting about on that fateful Memorial Day.  A storm cell started growing in South Dakota around 4 … Continue reading

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