Friday, April 12, 2024
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Maybe, winter chores aren’t so bad. Maybe they are the antidote to the malaise of modern life. And maybe, just maybe, Eliza Blue will make it through March.

If you’re considering a winter camping trip, don’t underestimate the importance of staying warm and dry. Review these tips and packing list.

Everyone handled winter differently on the dairy farm of Alan Guebert's youth. He recalls each quirk with reverence in this week's column.

Judith Sutherland recalls the snow day adventures of her youth.

Eliza Blue ponders the changing of the seasons and the special characteristics of each one.

Learn how to increase and supplement feed for livestock when the weather is colder to account for the metabolic changes that keep them warm.

It is the harshness of winter that makes Julie Geiss appreciate the long days of summer. Now that we're past winter solstice, longer days are coming.

Eliza Blue is awed and humbled by the beauty of the world as she recovers from the flu and emerges from her South Dakota Ranch following a blizzard.

Eliza Blue prepares for winter on her South Dakota ranch.

Julie Geiss recalls the incredible relay of dog sled teams that transported antitoxin serum to Nome, Alaska during an outbreak of diphtheria in 1924.