Thursday, January 25, 2007

Winter on the prairies

It's often a difficult time during winter on the prairies. The upside is that farmers can take a break from the working of the soil and go curling or on vacation, if they don't have cattle to feed or milk. Often the elevators open to take grain in the winter months, allowing the farmers to sell some of their stored grain.
But, it's very cold during winter on the prairies. "At least it's a dry cold", say prairie-dwellers. So, my question is: Do you prefer to be freeze-dried?

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