Tag Archives: Ozark living

These Ozark Hills; March 2016

So what are we to make of this section of the calendar where soon the day and the night will be equal in length as the natural world slides from winter into spring? As both an artist and a gardener, … Continue reading

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These Ozark Hills, March 2015

This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. Living in the Ozarks, it pays to be weather wise. We expect March to come in like a lion, and this March has proved no different. I’ve not been out but three … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozark Hills. I always feel when I come to the ragged end of the year that I’ve been in a year-long race, and will just barely make it to the finish. There is always … Continue reading

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Fall Harvest

As fall commences with still no frost, the air becomes luminous from the changing colors, and the hills themselves become models for new old works by Constable. He must have done all his painting in October. The garden is a … Continue reading

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Blackberry Winter Band at Shawnee Bluff Winery

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Seasons!

O MY GOSH, I almost forgot! My 4-CD set of audio recordings of the five years of my radio show is here. It’s called “Seasons”, as that’s how the shows are arranged, and holds 40 of my best stories. Also … Continue reading

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Journey

THE JOURNEY TO a far country is come and gone, and I’m back to a quiet office, with the little bidgets and squeaks of activity at our two desks almost muffled by the deep freeze in the hall that guards … Continue reading

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