Outdoor magazines are good for kids, and adults.
Deer are active in the summer, and enjoyable to watch, from a safe distance.
As we enter the thick of summer I find my kids, now teens, going in many different directions. Gone are the long hours spent blowing bubbles on the porch, sticky Popsicle drips and sandbox sand. These are the days of “Mom can I go / meet / do?” and “Mom I’ve got to work until […]
The Class III price moved from $24.31 in April to $22.57 in May followed by $21.36 in June.
As we enter the thick of summer I find my kids, now teens, going in many different directions.
Outdoor magazines (the kind you get in the mail, hold in your hand, and leaf through while riding a recliner) are as popular as ever, a rare fact considering that today’s reliance on hand-held devises to deliver all that is news.
Building a new home is an exciting yet stressful time in anyone’s life. However, with just a little investigating and some simple questions, the process can run smoothly.
About three weeks ago I noticed a doe and her twin fawns passing leisurely through the yard shortly before 7 a.m.
You’d think that a state constitution eight times longer than the U.S. Constitution might cover every right, act or idea any of its citizens might need, do or ponder.
It’s Friday afternoon and I’m trying to figure out what to write for FSA Andy.
It has proven to be true: you can take the country boy off of the farm, but you can’t sweep the country off the boy.
Psst…do you want to know a secret? Kids aren’t very good at keeping them.
My vacations, as always, are a bit unpredictable.
The Washington Nationals are the real show in our nation’s Capital.
What would you say, if I were to tell you I would give you $25,000 dollars to select cut some veneer quality white oak 20 inches and greater DBH out of your woods.
Ohio anglers and recreational boaters who frequent the walleye rich western basin of Lake Erie, a reef and structure rich section of the big lake, are just weeks away from what has become an annual summer plague, the onslaught of blue-green algae.
This marked the third year for the OSU Dairy Industry Study Abroad.
Back in 1974 a local pigeon fancier imported a flock of about 50 Eurasian collared-doves to the Bahamas.