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Excerpt: My introduction to the Ojibwa culture


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“You can eat them right off the screen, they taste like fish. That’s why we call them fish flies,” said one of the young Ojibwa boys who were my new best friends. 242 more words

Ojibwa

Senators Change Team Name to Mayflies

Harrisburg Senators’ Team President Kevin Kulp strode to the makeshift podium at the team’s media day on Tuesday afternoon. As he cleared his throat and started his statement, it was clear that this was no ordinary announcement. 324 more words

Mayflies

I recently had Richard Wilbur’s Mayflies out from the local library. Wilbur is a great poet, perhaps the greatest living (in our language) – so say some, and I, though not having read widely enough to truly compare well, upon reading him have to say there can’t be many comparable. 43 more words

Great Poetry

Weekend Rebound: March is cold

I know March is supposed to come in like a lion, but it’s currently -3° in Lansing (with -11° wind chill!).  That’s roaring a bit too frigid for my tastes. 301 more words

Sea Monkeys

ok, not really but this video sure reminds me of them.

“Most mayflies lay their eggs immediately after mating; the eggs then take anywhere from 10 days to many months to hatch. 77 more words

Fly Fishing