The first year that I planted a garden here in Shelby, Corinne Merhar warned me not to put out the tomato plants before Memorial Day. I had to learn the hard way. You're not "safe" from frost in Shelby until the end of May. A few
Libraries are something that we are all blessed with as Americans, and here in Shelby, we are most fortunate to have the services of the Toole County Library. Sometimes I like to say that the library building is "the building with the most stories in town"! And it doesn't even have an elevator! The Friends Of The Library will be holding their book sale this Thursday (5/3) at the white building, next to Hong Kong Chans
I've been trying to keep an eye on crops down south because as I blogged here before, what happens down south and out in Kansas, will soon be happening in North Central Montana here in the Golden Triangle
My friend, the Gab Man, Peter Franklin, the New York City Gabby Cabby, is homeless today as I write this Puffman Blog. Pete will be joining me this afternoon (Thursday) at 4:35 from a "hotel somewhere" (where's he's in his temporary digs) in the New York metropolitan area
No, it's not that old Charley Pride tune, it's a "snake report" that I received this morning (Thursday) here at the Puffman Blog desk. Tony, the infamous Snake Man and his wife were out at the dens last Sunday on the Gollehon place east of Brady, out there on Hell's Gulch Road
t's "National Park Week" all this week, April 21st through the 29th. All 397 of your national parks are offering FREE admission all week long. Not to copy Sarah Palin, but I can see Glacier Park from my back porch! With this coming week's record high temperatures, what a great week to drive over to Glacier, our Crown Jewel
"Everyone talks about the weather" as the old cliche goes, and there's good reason. According to the National Weather Service, each year, Americans cope with 10,000 thunderstorms, 5,000 floods, a thousand
April 16-20 is Severe Weather Awareness week, and today, the National Weather Service reminds us that we're coming into thunderstorm and lightning season. "When thunder roars, go indoors" is the rule in this lightning safety video
April 16-20 is Severe Weather Awareness Week. As we head into thunderstorm season, the National Weather Service reminds us that it's important to be prepared to deal with storms and their aftermath. Click HERE to link to valuable preparation information.
I'm keeping an eye on this year's coming crop and received a report this morning from some folks within 40 miles of Woodward, Oklahoma and they tell me that some twisters hit their area with a vengeance over the weekend
Here it is, Good Friday and Easter weekend has finally arrived with a little bit of "weather". Hopefully we will all take time to remember the real and true meaning of Easter. Talk about miracles! Hopefully most of us will celebrate this true miracle this weekend
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