Set clocks back tonight by one hour.
My Uncle Irving and Aunt Minna took a cross country tour by auto in 1950 from Idaho to the East Coast. Irving took many photos and I thought readers might find it interesting to revisit America as it was before the … Continue reading →
I’m back in the posting saddle again after a little downtime. Best wishes to all readers of the site, and THANKS FOR VISITING! Brent
I’m sorry about having the March posts up for so long. The computer I was using needed to be replaced and one thing led to another. Anyway, I’m back in business and will have some new info up shortly. Thanks for visiting.
A technical glitch in the Almanac website is preventing me from entering the correct sunrise and sunset times for the days surrounding the change to Daylight Saving Time. Don’t rely on the listings for the present time, but do remember to … Continue reading →
Scroll down to see more recent posts, thanks. March was the first month of the year in ancient Rome until Julius Caesar changed the calendar. In the Middle Ages, England changed the start of its year from Christmas to March … Continue reading →
Southern Idaho Locations This month is an opportune time to prune fruit trees and fruit-bearing canes such as raspberries. Shrubs and shade trees may be pruned as well. Shrubs that have spring flowers should not be trimmed until early summer, … Continue reading →
Please scroll down to see newer posts! Birthstone for February: Amethyst Flowers for February: Primrose or Violet Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are visible before sunrise in February. Monday Feb 1 thru Feb 7 McCall Idaho Winter Carnival. Tuesday Feb … Continue reading →
Fruit trees and fruit-bearing canes such as raspberries can be pruned any time the weather is agreeable. Trees and shrubs may be pruned as well. Dried fruits and cankered branches should be cut from fruit trees and burned now before … Continue reading →
I have suspended production of the American Tradition Almanac in its paper form. The website will continue. Thanks to everyone who has been an Almanac reader. I hope you will visit us on the web! Brent Cornell … Continue reading →