(bits) by bill keaggy

Every week I used to find a cool weblog (sometimes a local St. Louis blog) or some useful, interesting web site from here or there and write up a brief on it for the Sunday Everyday section Tuesday Here and Now section in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (I used to work there as Features Photo Editor). That's about it. Not much action here anymore. More of my stuff can be seen here: keaggy.com.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

The Roundrock Journal

The Roundrock Journal is an excellent little blog dedicated to 80 acres of upland forest on the edge of the Missouri Ozarks. Written anonymously, the journal documents and celebrates the plants, rocks and wildlife of the area, and the highs and lows of maintaining and enhancing the property. Why name the property Roundrock? "Nearly anywhere in our woods you can scratch away the leaf litter and turn up a perfectly round rock... Most are about the size of a grapefruit, though some are as small as golf balls, and we’ve found several as large as bowling balls." Round up the crew and head to www.roundrockjournal.com.