Plan next year’s garden while this year’s crop is still fresh (in your mind)
Believe it or not, October is probably the best time to plan next year’s garden.
The harvest is in (mostly), you can see what grew really well this year and what didn’t, what varieties you liked and those that were pretty much failures and didn’t taste very good, either.
Around our house, we don’t eat a lot of chicken during September and October. Instead we have fresh ruffed grouse for dinner as often as we can. After all, why settle for chicken when you can have the best? The delicate flavor of ruffed grouse arguably surpasses any other fowl.
The most devastating storm on the Great Lakes happened in early November, 1913, when two storm fronts converged. High waves, reportedly 35 feet tall, and winds sunk 19 ships and stranded 19 others. More than 250 people
Think back to the last time you visited Split Rock Lighthouse Historic Site, soaking in its deep-rooted history and gazing upon its spectacular views of Lake Superior. The experience is moving, no doubt about it.
Now, imagine if you lived there…
I have been moving to the beat of my own drum since I turned 14. Being alone and having to take care of everything is second nature. Sometimes you can’t wait around for your schedule to sync up with someone else’s. My schedule rarely does and I rarely wait.
At 24, I moved
After my son Tor lost his iPhone during a canoe trip last year, I had considered paddling to Rose Lake on a recovery mission. He had lost the phone while bushwhacking up a steep hill to enjoy a lunch spot with a view. MEA weekend in October provided the opportunity, and after I persuaded my sister