A blue jay perched on the ground.
There are things in Oklahoma that are willing to stick you with something other than the bill.
What is rarer than a spring day?
Over 300,000 acres of this grass and sage brush burned in Northwest Oklahoma. I talked to distressed evacuees. It’s always something.
Missing meadowlarks My newspaper column.
A pocket gopher mound.It’s a way to tell the frost is out of the ground. Unfortunately, this one was in Oklahoma, not Minnesota.
The Godahl Store started in 1894 and closed in 2016. This village in Minnesota was named by Norwegian immigrants—Goode Dahl meaning Good Valley. Nelson and Albin are names of local townships.
The stop sign on a pine grosbeak.
Things always look better after the snowplow has gone by a few times.