Serpent life at the bottom of the Lost Sea
Outside Phillipsburg, Kansas
This week, from the base of Lone Butte in Logan County, Kansas, I speak with DG Martin, host of “Who’s Talking”. The program airs Thursday, October 30 2008. Click here to go to the Appearances page where you’ll find air times….
If you missed the radio show, or live outside DG’s Chapel Hill, NC broadcast area, click here to get a podcast of the visit…
South of Logan, Kansas
Boo! This Halloween, straight from the Lost Sea Expedition mule wagon, we’re bringing you a mummified creature, an abandoned school house, and a guy named Dave. Click here to listen to a spooky Great Plains mummy story….
Did you miss DG Martin and I visiting on the bottom of the Lost Sea? Then download the podcast. Click on the link below to get to DG Martin’s podcasts. Then search “Harberts”.
Step 1: Uncoil snake
Hungry? Then click here to listen to Marvin Pfannenstiel fry up a Kansas rattler…
This week on RiverEarth.com, Kansas fence builder Terry Gottschalk explains two-wire Angus cattle, car crash lawyers and fossil-embedded fenceposts. Confused? Click here to listen why you should consider five-strand fence in this country….
Skull of a 17-foot roadblock
Traveling across the Great Plains, various reptiles like snakes and tortoises have held up progress. But a 17-foot turtle….?
Other times, mule Polly and I linger by choice in communities that catch our fancy. To visit a few of the ones we’ve spoken in, click here to go to the Appearances page….
The Iron Caterpillar
Outside Seneca, NE
Following the BNSF railroad through the Nebraska Sandhills, I wonder what life’s like aboard the rumbling iron caterpillar. Meet Gene Hansen, who’ll tell you what it tastes like…. Also, mule Polly and I are still in a signin’ and shippin’ mood.
Signing a copy of the “Too Proud” travel book atop the Harlan County Dam
South of Republican City, Nebraska
A yellow mule wagon rolls into your town and you think, “hmmmm…. Wonder what he’s selling?”
Problem is, there’s a gap between what folks think they can buy off a mule wagon – and what you can actually carry aboard an equine-powered machine. I roll into a town like Anselmo, Nebraska, and folks wander up with a fist-full of dollars saying, “Mister, I’d like a hotdog.” or, “Mister, I’d like an ice cream.”
“Mister, can I buy… Continue reading