The vegetable garden outside Buckham Memorial Library, Faribault, Minnesota.(Minnesota Prairie Roots copyrighted file photo August 2020) AT THE END
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I used a magnifying glass to study this vintage Cannon Falls area map, among clues in the “Gangster’s Gold” mystery. (Minnesota Prairie Roots
Minnesota Prairie Roots copyrighted file photo. GRIEF RUNS LIKE A RIVER through the communities of Faribault and Northfield. Rushing. Rising.
Robert Crandall. (Photo source: Parker Kohl Funeral Home) HE LIKED HIKING and biking. John Wayne movies. Bacon. Collecting stamps. Vacationing in
An example of rosemaling from MODNordic Arts Studio in Faribault. Mother and daughter, Donna Johnson and Lyn Rein, create this Nordic art, which I
Minnesota Prairie Roots file photo January 2021. SHE VOCALIZED HER DISTRESS not to me specifically. But in general. In the pharmacy waiting area at
A beautiful birthday bouquet from my eldest daughter and her family. Minnesota Prairie Roots copyrighted photo 2021. I RECENTLY CELEBRATED a
Two May Day baskets were dropped on my front steps in 2015. Minnesota Prairie Roots file photo. HAPPY MAY DAY, dear readers! Do you hold sweet
Across the pond, the power plant, part of the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency and next to Faribault Energy Park. TRAFFIC DRONES ALONG the nearby
Photographed along the bike trail in the Atwood neighborhood of Madison, Wisconsin. Minnesota Prairie Roots file photo 2020. AS I WAITED POST
One of several immense cottonwoods looms next to the parking lot. DAYLIGHT WANED AS RANDY and I entered the woods at River Bend Nature Center by the
A budding tree against the backdrop of sunset. OH, HOW GLORIOUS spring in Minnesota. These past few days, especially, of sunshine and 70-degree
Farmland dominates the landscape east of Faribault near Minnesota State Highway 60. EAST OF FARIBAULT, the land stretches long and flat. Wide open.
Created from clay, this piece by Faribault artist Tami Resler is currently displayed at the Paradise Center for the Arts. AS A CREATIVE, I’m
In this file photo, snow edges the patio as I’m about to hang laundry on the clothesline in early spring. WHEN I STEP OUTSIDE to hang sheets and