For the benefit of those of you out there who still like to poke around in the woods and fields in hopes of getting a deer for the freezer, I thought I might bring you up to date on what…
We have been visited with an accidental and unanticipated abundance of yellow crook neck squash. Don’t get me wrong, I happen to like them, fixed in various ways, but this is crazy. After I took up the onions about the…
Can you believe official autumn begins next week? Where does the time go? While I am ready for a break from some of the heat we have had this summer, I’m not sure I’m ready for the cold weather that…
When so much of our reading these days is from computers, iPads and other electronic devices, Richard Brady hopes the love of reading the printed word on paper is not being lost, in this week's Clark Hollow Ramblings.
Richard Brady and his wife have been busy picking and putting up vegetables from their garden but took a break to enjoy a wonderful vacation in Chincoteague with their family, in this week's Clark Hollow Ramblings.
Troubles come in threes, columnist Richard Brady has heard. Seems there might be some truth to that.
Richard Brady hopes your canning is going as well as can be expected — though it is surely quicker and cooler work than it was for his mother's generation.
Richard Brady grew those watermelons, and he was going to eat them whether they were ripe or not.
Richard Brady thinks he might need to change his opinion about something he wrote. (And, no, this isn't about fixing things that aren’t broke.)
There has been a lot of newsprint lately concerned with the establishment of groups and organizations to come up with ideas to “fix” Rappahannock. The fact is, a lot of people like things just the way they are.
When you make a mistake doing something that you have done for a long time, you often want to go back and trace your steps and see just how that mistake or accident happened.
Have you noticed how thick and lush the hay fields are this year? I noticed some windrows down near Massies Corner and some of them looked three feet high.
Richard Brady’s nature-loving credentials are impeccable, but he wonders when good intentions go too far.
Richard Brady, hooked on surf fishing for some time, has a story to tell about his latest adventure with a striper that didn't get away. (That is, if you haven't already heard about it on Facebook.)
I trust you have had your belly full of morels by this time. I only went out a couple of times, but I did learn something new: my grandkids can eat them as fast as I take them out of the skillet. I…
Where would we be without our good friends? Hopefully, we all have family that loves us and cares about us, but what about those good and caring people outside our family, that call when we are sick, or stop by when…