Monthly Archives: February 2016

Farewell to Winter

Seeing Eiffert’s ice fishing photos remind me that in Nebraska, winter is my favorite season. Snow, freezing temperatures, cold winds in November, December, January, February build ice on the lakes and open up walking paths in overgrown landscapes. Wildlife watching in winter months reveals eagles, white tail deer, sometimes otters, bobcat, fox and mink. Ice Continue Reading

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HIGH TEA IS SWEET

Angela Davis, our international storyteller and blogger for Nebraska Rural Living tells us about High Tea, Low Tea, and Full Tea as celebrated in her adopted home in Holland with references to buying tea in China and the British tradition of High Tea. After reading her descriptions of the savory and sweet delicacies associated with Continue Reading

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We respectfully ask for your ideas about Nebraska Rural Living

Please check out the short and sweet survey below: Reaching out to our readers, We know there are so many more great stories we aren’t sharing because we just don’t know about them. So we are hoping you can help. Please take a few minutes to let us know why you read Nebraska Rural Living. Continue Reading

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Aftermath as Captured by Don Brockmeier Photos

February 2, 2016, a blizzard roared into and settled down for a 24 hour snowy stay in central and southwest Nebraska. Don Brockmeier’s photos of the aftermath of this weather event portray the beauty of snow on the prairie, and the danger and the work involved in moving it away from roads and roofs. Estimates Continue Reading

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