Random thoughts on life in western North Dakota with specific emphasis on the Little Missouri River and Missouri River watersheds. Also features news from Red Oak House, book reviews, and photographs from the garden. I write when I feel like it. I recognize that the choice of the name of my blog could be characterized as naughty. My mistakes are my own. UnHeralded.fish picks up my blogs, edits beautifully, and you can subscribe to UnHeralded.fish feeds if you wish.
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Tuesday, June 28, 2022
Monday, June 20, 2022
Red Oak House Garden Notes No. 68: Morning after a Deluge
Sunday, June 19, 2022
Father's Day 2022
Father's Day 2022. Made a quick visit to my Pa's grave (quick being a relative term considering the amount of road construction between my house and the ND Veterans Cemetery this time of year).
Where it is hot and I can see the hay bales across the road, and the hot prairie wind is blowing, but I can hear the prairie birds on the margins. Western meadowlark and some grasslands sparrows.
Red Oak House Garden Notes No. 67
Monday, June 13, 2022
Home from a Fargo Vacation
|On a busman's holiday, did you know that the oldest Carnegie library building in North Dakota is the original library at NDSU?|
|My Square Butte Prairie Smoke is flourishing this year|
.75 inches of rain in our gauge.
Amazing what rain and patience and hope will do.