Tag Archives: Lake Zorinsky

When the sh*te hits the asphalt

It’s a beautiful day in Omaha, Nebraska. Autumn foliage is spectacular this year, likely due to decent rains and very gradual temperature drops. So I took my favorite dog, and headed off to my favorite nearby lake. I am a … Continue reading

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Cold Turkey

Why did the turkeys cross the road? How on earth would I know? They aren’t exactly the most brilliant species alive… Turkeys of course are a reminder of fall, although they abound in this area all through the year. We … Continue reading

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Resurgence and Resilience

There’s nothing like nature on a fine weekend to revitalize oneself after a rough week in the trenches laboffice. This weekend, we began Friday evening with a trip to the Neale Woods observatory to view the night sky telescopically–in particular … Continue reading

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