Koyote Hill is a journal about the issues, concerns and quality of rural life primarily in northwestern Pennsylvania including such topics as: the vegetable gardens,timber and agriculture, hunting, trapping, fishing, and the rich history of the region. At times, I'd like to include some politics and some lighter material for variety sake. Koyote Hill is a collection of brilliant insights, collected writings, published and unpublished, both fiction and non-fiction, by the author.
Photo taken last Fall near the mouth of 12 mile creek which empties into Lake Erie.
1 Pymatuning State Park, the largest In Pennsylvania has many activities and opportunities for thousands of people, The dam is currently being re-constructed and there are other improvements being made at the Park. Read more at Pymatuning.
2. The maple sap run, the First Harvest, was short a sweet this year for the region's maple syrup producers because of the unusual warm weather in Feb. and March. The regional Northwestern PA. Maple Producers held their 13th annual Maple Taste and Tour March 19 and 20. Read and Learn more at Got Maple?
3. Canadohta's Radio Station WUUK-LP at 105.7 will soon be on the air full time. Currently, they are test broadcasting for several hours a day. Discover more about the station and a planned get together fund raiser. Discover more at WUUK-LP Briefs
The Annual Rummage & Bake Sale will be held at Hickernell United Methodist Church, on Saturday, April 16th from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. In addition to “treasurers you may find” there will be homemade baked goods for sale. Free coffee will be available throughout the day. Proceeds will benefit local missions of the church.
The church is located 3 miles west of Route 98 on Springboro Road, Springboro, PA and is completely handicap accessible.
Koyote Hill Update
Thanks for the visit! Its been a busy couple months and some re-organization around here. If you care to leave a comment, please send your thoughts to KoyoteHill@outlook.com Again, Thanks for the visit.
These things are always difficult but here goes.I began writing for a local group of small newspapers, then worked as a writer/editor for a local business magazine, the Erie Story, which no longer publishes.For the last several years I wrote weekly articles for the Crawford County Neighbors section of the Erie Times News, which ceased publication in late 2009. I enjoy writing and plan on keeping the art as a career, though I might die broke.
Currently, write a personal blog, Koyote Hill, another for GoErie (Erie Times News). I also contribute a variety of articles to Helium, Associated Content, and HubPages.