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The St. Helena Star
Community calendar: White Barn benefit on Sundaythe St. Helena Chamber of Commerce’s Musical Picnic at Lyman Park. Fridays thr
The St. Helena Star / Posted yesterday
the St. Helena Chamber of Commerce’s Musical Picnic at Lyman Park. Fridays through Oct. 27, 7:30 a.m. to noon, St. Helena Farmers’ Market, Crane Park. Saturday, Aug. 26, 6 p.m., an evening of opera and dinner under the stars, the annual... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
A summer away: Simple pleasures = biggest punchbetween pilot and copilot pierced the short-lived harmony. Many hours later we
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted yesterday
between pilot and copilot pierced the short-lived harmony. Many hours later we finally arrived to a sprawling coffee farm and were greeted with a warm handshake, kind eyes and a much-needed bathroom. The day consisted of walking the hills,... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Cue the carrots! Strike up the squash! The Long Island Vegetable Orchestra is ready to playit included two carrot flutes. The orchestra was created more than a decade ag
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted yesterday
it included two carrot flutes. The orchestra was created more than a decade ago by Dale Stuckenbruck, a classically trained musician from Germany who teaches music on Long Island. It is not the first of its kind. The Viennese Vegetable... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Jennen family farm cultivates innovationInnovation has been the name of the game at Jennen Family Farm Market for over
Chatham Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Innovation has been the name of the game at Jennen Family Farm Market for over 25 years and now they’re getting the formal accolades to back it up. BMO Ontario Farm Family Awards is honouring the Wabash-based farm family, along with 10 other Ontario... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Rain date a sunny day for car showand Shine Car Show. The event, originally scheduled to take place in June, was
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 3 days ago
and Shine Car Show. The event, originally scheduled to take place in June, was postponed to this past Sunday due to heavy rainfall and, while Mother Nature played nice this time, some damage had already been done. “Once you get into the... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLEScame first, glass or pottery? I just started collecting insulators because I fo
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 3 days ago
came first, glass or pottery? I just started collecting insulators because I found a pile of them buried near a pole on a farm. A: Glass insulators were first made in the U.S. in the 1840s to be used with the new telegraph lines. They were what... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Vanilla price spike is hurting Maine ice cream companiesmore vanilla on the market than there were buyers for the bean and so the price
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
more vanilla on the market than there were buyers for the bean and so the prices dropped down and stayed there. “Because farmers weren’t making enough to survive, many finally burned their vanilla vines and switched to growing other crops,”... Read more
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Philly.com
Phillies' 1989 trade for Sal Agostinelli still reaping rewardsan inning for the Phillies in the big leagues, although he does have a couple o
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
an inning for the Phillies in the big leagues, although he does have a couple of great stories about getting into two spring-training games in Florida. His value, however, has come as a scouting superstar, and much of the Phillies’ hope for... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Mid-Essex League Division One: Rainham book place in top flight, but title is still Jas Hothi’s aim! Rainham face the camera after sealing promotion to the Mid-Essex League Premi
Romford Recorder / Posted 5 days ago
Rainham face the camera after sealing promotion to the Mid-Essex League Premier Division (pic: Rainham CC). Title chasers host fourth-placed... Read more
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BC Local News
Use caution, common sense when it comes to combustible materials, Township urgeshigh potential for brush and grass fires in this area," said Township Fire Chie
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
high potential for brush and grass fires in this area," said Township Fire Chief Stephen Gamble. "Even if we do get some rain in the near future, it has been dry for so long that a bit of precipitation is not enough to provide relief. With... Read more
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TribLIVE
Farm families, vendors ready for Westmoreland Fair crowds | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
| TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only Farm... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Use caution, common sense when it comes to combustible materials, Township urgeshigh potential for brush and grass fires in this area,” said Township Fire Chie
Aldergrove Star / Posted 6 days ago
high potential for brush and grass fires in this area,” said Township Fire Chief Stephen Gamble. “Even if we do get some rain in the near future, it has been dry for so long that a bit of precipitation is not enough to provide relief. With... Read more
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Langley Times
Use caution, common sense when it comes to combustible materials, Township urgeshigh potential for brush and grass fires in this area,” said Township Fire Chie
Langley Times / Posted 6 days ago
high potential for brush and grass fires in this area,” said Township Fire Chief Stephen Gamble. “Even if we do get some rain in the near future, it has been dry for so long that a bit of precipitation is not enough to provide relief. With... Read more
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Weekly Times
Season warms up with passing of frostsTHE crops are back on track at Adam and Neville Sims’s Pine Grove farm, west of
Weekly Times / Posted 7 days ago
THE crops are back on track at Adam and Neville Sims’s Pine Grove farm, west of Echuca, after frosty weather in June and last month slowed growth. The father-son duo said recent rain put their crops in good stead going into spring. “What we’ve got... Read more
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Weekly Times
Beef market reportLandmark agent Brian McCormick says uncertainty and the threat of a sudden pric
Weekly Times / Posted 7 days ago
Landmark agent Brian McCormick says uncertainty and the threat of a sudden price rise for cattle if there is widespread rain is keeping a floor in the store market despite the correction for finished stock. McCormick says the difficulty in... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford farmers expect good corn yields, but prices could be betterA rainy July has led to a robust Harford County corn crop in August, as the rai
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
A rainy July has led to a robust Harford County corn crop in August, as the rainy weather hit just as the corn was going through its crucial pollination period, according to a Harford County Extension agent. "The corn crop here looks fantastic,"... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Too wet to plant crops: Northeastern farmersSome farmers have been unable to plant any crops at all this year, thanks to th
The Sudbury Star / Posted 8 days ago
Some farmers have been unable to plant any crops at all this year, thanks to the constant rainy weather. “We're tile-drained in all our fields,” says Mitch DesChatelets, of Leisure Farms in Sturgeon Falls. “For us, it would've been impossible to... Read more
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Sedalia Democrat
Boatright family named Pettis County Farm Family of the YearHannah, Matt, Jennifer, Mariah and David Boatright are pictured earlier this ye
Sedalia Democrat / Posted 8 days ago
Hannah, Matt, Jennifer, Mariah and David Boatright are pictured earlier this year prior to the start of the 30th annual Spring Bull and Heifer Production Sale. The family operates Maplewood Acres Farm, a 775-acre grass-based seed stock... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Te Wai Me Te Whenua - A Case for Bottled Waterother things, they have characterised water as a scarce resource when it is abu
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 9 days ago
other things, they have characterised water as a scarce resource when it is abundant, promoted the notion that it no longer rains when it floods, associated bottled water with campylobacter, compared it to gold, and even propose trumping the miracle... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Alien landscapes on Alberta's prairieout. Stu and I rolled back and forth among the corn, barley, wheat and hemp fi
Calgary Sun / Posted 10 days ago
out. Stu and I rolled back and forth among the corn, barley, wheat and hemp fields between Barons and Granum, passing old farm houses, combines sitting idle in the fields, dozens of hawks. Families of partridge scattered from the roadsides as we... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Plenty of fine fruits, veggies in local harvestSummer favorites, such as tomatoes, are ripening later due to a cool, wet sprin
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 11 days ago
Summer favorites, such as tomatoes, are ripening later due to a cool, wet spring, area farmers say. “We’re straightening out now,” said Andrew Czerwonka of Burger Farm Market in Drums, as he put out produce for the Downtown Hazleton Farmers Market... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Hudson Calendar of Events: Aug. 12 and 13, 201744/state Route 55, Modena. (845) 883-6937. $8 per person, $6 senior, and take o
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 12 days ago
44/state Route 55, Modena. (845) 883-6937. $8 per person, $6 senior, and take out $10. Children under 5 free. Kingston Farmers Market: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wall Street, Kingston. info@kingstonfarmersmarket.org Holy Cross Thrift Shop: 9 a.m. Holy... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Some shorebirds won’t be found at the shore at all in Mainethat abhor saltwater. An obvious reason that shorebirds congregate at the shor
Bangor Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
that abhor saltwater. An obvious reason that shorebirds congregate at the shore is because that’s where the food is. In spring, many species make a beeline for northern Canada, bypassing Maine. Our mudflats don’t have the abundance of small... Read more
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Independent Publisher
Coming This Monthyear by judges Marie-Helene Bertino, Kelly Link, and Nina McConigley—take place
Independent Publisher / Posted 13 days ago
year by judges Marie-Helene Bertino, Kelly Link, and Nina McConigley—take place in South Carolina and in South Korea, on a farm in the eighteenth century and among the cubicles of a computer- engineering firm in the present day. They narrate... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Things to Know for Thursday's Packers-Eagles Preseason Game9 predicts wet weather for tonight's game. Pack your poncho and be prepared for
WAOW Wausau / Posted 13 days ago
9 predicts wet weather for tonight's game. Pack your poncho and be prepared for possible scattered storms and rain showers. Things to know for Thursday's Packers-Eagles preseason game: TV: Newsline 9 is your official Packers station.... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Community calendar: festivals, fairs and moreWestlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle; Zydeco Sound, 6-9:30 p.m. Aug. 17, Freewa
The Seattle Times / Posted 13 days ago
Westlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle; Zydeco Sound, 6-9:30 p.m. Aug. 17, Freeway Park, 600 Seneca St., Seattle; subject to rain cancellation; free (206-264-5646 or danceforjoy.biz/dancingtildusk/).Fairs/FestivalsSouth Lake Union Block Party FRI... Read more
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New York Post
Camping New York style: a fire concierge and artisanal s’moresenvirons with comforts such as preconstructed shelters, memory-foam mattresses,
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
environs with comforts such as preconstructed shelters, memory-foam mattresses, saunas, firewood attendants and farm-to-table dining. On the rental listings site Glamping Hub, where users can book stays in posh tents and teepees for an... Read more
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Weekly Times
Timely rain the perfect elixirFOR Hopetoun farmer Patrick Hallam last week’s rain was a perfectly timed drop
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
FOR Hopetoun farmer Patrick Hallam last week’s rain was a perfectly timed drop four weeks out from spring. He said the family’s two farm blocks, received 15mm and 20mm last week, slightly more than the 10mm forecast. Mr Hallam farms with his... Read more
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Weekly Times
Falls just make it worseRAIN has covered many hay growing areas, adding further pressure on a market ov
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
RAIN has covered many hay growing areas, adding further pressure on a market oversupplied with low-quality hay. Most hay-growing regions of southeastern Australia have been blanketed by an ideal 25-50mm of rain over the past week, setting up... Read more
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The Sault Star
Digging agricultural rootswhich tractor enthusiast Mike Reed introduced to the township six years ago, ce
The Sault Star / Posted 15 days ago
which tractor enthusiast Mike Reed introduced to the township six years ago, celebrates an agricultural heritage in which farm tractors played a vital role. This year’s cruise saw 26 drivers – many with ride-along family members – complete a... Read more
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Weekly Times
Dancing around the rocknotable characteristic with others in the district — red, self-setting clay soi
Weekly Times / Posted 15 days ago
notable characteristic with others in the district — red, self-setting clay soils that heal over like a scab if they get a rain at the wrong time after sowing. RUNS a mixed cropping and sheep enterprise over 2800ha GROWS vetch, wheat, barley and... Read more
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Weekly Times
Twice can be just as niceWinners of The Weekly Times Coles 2016 Dairy Farmer of the Year, the Fingers fa
Weekly Times / Posted 15 days ago
Winners of The Weekly Times Coles 2016 Dairy Farmer of the Year, the Fingers farm across three properties in West Gippsland with children Matthew, Claire and Rachael. SIMON AND LAUREN FINGER WINNERS of The Weekly Times Coles 2016 Dairy Farmer of... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Farmers: Summer rain is a blessing or a curseConsistent rainfall has been a challenge for those making hay and harvesting gr
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
Consistent rainfall has been a challenge for those making hay and harvesting grain, as dampness depreciates value and adds cost for drying the product. Chris Hall, who operates a dairy farm 2 miles north of the Lycoming Mall, said the rain has been... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Looking to beat the crowds for sunflower photos? New field near Topeka aims to boost berry farm’s profileplanted the field of black oil sunflower seeds June 15 to promote his you-pick
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
planted the field of black oil sunflower seeds June 15 to promote his you-pick strawberry patch at Berry Hill UPick Farm, 5950 S.E. Croco Road. He expects them to bloom about Aug. 15 — 60 days after planting — but will keep his farm’s... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Looking to beat the crowds for sunflower photos? New field near Topeka aims to boost berry farm’s profileplanted the field of black oil sunflower seeds June 15 to promote his you-pick
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 17 days ago
planted the field of black oil sunflower seeds June 15 to promote his you-pick strawberry patch at Berry Hill UPick Farm, 5950 S.E. Croco Road. He expects them to bloom about Aug. 15 — 60 days after planting — but will keep his farm’s... Read more
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TribLIVE
Despite persistent rain, local corn crop is plentiful, ready | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville
TribLIVE / Posted 18 days ago
| TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only Despite... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Top colts on song for showdownCanterbury, while Addictive Nature, a full-brother to dual Group winner Savvy N
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Canterbury, while Addictive Nature, a full-brother to dual Group winner Savvy Nature, won comfortably on debut at Warwick Farm and has been spruiked as the real deal for some time. “It was a good effort on debut and his work since has been really... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Top colts on song for showdownCanterbury, while Addictive Nature, a full-brother to dual Group winner Savvy N
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 20 days ago
Canterbury, while Addictive Nature, a full-brother to dual Group winner Savvy Nature, won comfortably on debut at Warwick Farm and has been spruiked as the real deal for some time. “It was a good effort on debut and his work since has been really... Read more
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News.com.au
Top colts on song for showdownCanterbury, while Addictive Nature, a full-brother to dual Group winner Savvy N
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
Canterbury, while Addictive Nature, a full-brother to dual Group winner Savvy Nature, won comfortably on debut at Warwick Farm and has been spruiked as the real deal for some time. “It was a good effort on debut and his work since has been really... Read more
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The Age
Godolphin: Glyn Schofield takes first steps to James Cummings reunion on his own before signing on to be Sheikh Mohammed's top man in Australia, was
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
on his own before signing on to be Sheikh Mohammed's top man in Australia, was asked to ride odds-on pop Alizee at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, everything old was new again. And he backed up on Thursday with three bookings for Godolphin at... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Godolphin: Glyn Schofield takes first steps to James Cummings reunion on his own before signing on to be Sheikh Mohammed's top man in Australia, was
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
on his own before signing on to be Sheikh Mohammed's top man in Australia, was asked to ride odds-on pop Alizee at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, everything old was new again. And he backed up on Thursday with three bookings for Godolphin at... Read more
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Weekly Times
Grain and grazeBROTHERS Grant and Troy Keating are combining their cropping and sheep producti
Weekly Times / Posted 22 days ago
BROTHERS Grant and Troy Keating are combining their cropping and sheep production skills to put their 1400ha farm in Victoria’s Western District on a secure footing for the future. Underfoot, soil quality is improving thanks to many new practices... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Jungle Edge back in businessa tough six months after his wife Beverley died from breast cancer earlier in t
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 days ago
a tough six months after his wife Beverley died from breast cancer earlier in the year, but Jungle Edge has given the trainer his career highlights. Two Group 3 wins and three Group 1 placings in Sydney and Brisbane have Bell looking for wet... Read more
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News.com.au
Jungle Edge back in businessa tough six months after his wife Beverley died from breast cancer earlier in t
News.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
a tough six months after his wife Beverley died from breast cancer earlier in the year, but Jungle Edge has given the trainer his career highlights. Two Group 3 wins and three Group 1 placings in Sydney and Brisbane have Bell looking for wet... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Medium scale adverse event declared for Otago floodingrecovery coordinator to run a flood recovery committee, coordinate the many age
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 22 days ago
recovery coordinator to run a flood recovery committee, coordinate the many agencies involved and to support Federated Farmers’ management of matching offers with need. Enhanced Task Force Green (ETFG) scheme will match jobseekers with clean-up... Read more
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The Addison County Independent
Vermont Gleaning Collective seeks volunteersHOPE IN ADDISON County leads volunteers and partners from the Rutland Area Farm
The Addison County Independent / Posted 23 days ago
HOPE IN ADDISON County leads volunteers and partners from the Rutland Area Farm & Food Link and Salvation Farms to glean more than 9,000 pounds of carrots on a fall morning in 2016. ADDISON COUNTY — Despite clouds and rain this spring, crops across... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Third Battle of Ypres centenary: Remembering Romford and Rainham soldiers killed in campaign Battle of Menin Road. 'Australian wounded on the Menin Road, near Birr Cross
Romford Recorder / Posted 23 days ago
Battle of Menin Road. 'Australian wounded on the Menin Road, near Birr Cross Road on September 20th, 1917.' Picture: State Library of New South... Read more
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Calgary Sun
An Alberta summer day, as harvest nearsair was stunningly clear. No matter what direction I looked I could see almost
Calgary Sun / Posted 24 days ago
air was stunningly clear. No matter what direction I looked I could see almost to the curve of the Earth, every cow, every farm house, every fence line crisp and sharp. The sky above was free of clouds with just a few scattered puffballs on the... Read more
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The Irish Times
A ‘Namibian Johnnie Fox’s’, with zebra and croc on the menuopen countryside heading south, rolling plains, bush veld and the open road str
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
open countryside heading south, rolling plains, bush veld and the open road stretched out under a vast sky. There had been rain recently – the first in years – and everywhere was tinged with green. Sometimes the only indication of an occasional... Read more
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Calgary Sun
An Alberta summer day, as harvest nearsair was stunningly clear. No matter what direction I looked I could see almost
Calgary Sun / Posted 24 days ago
air was stunningly clear. No matter what direction I looked I could see almost to the curve of the Earth, every cow, every farm house, every fence line crisp and sharp. The sky above was free of clouds with just a few scattered puffballs on the... Read more
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