Wild Ramblings wins Sage to Meadow Award

A big thank you to Jack Mathews for selecting Wild Ramblings as one of the 2011 Sage to Meadow Awards for “fine writing”.  I feel honored to be in such select company, please visit each of these blogs and see what fine nature blogging looks like.  Copy and paste http://swamericana.wordpress.com/2012/03/04/the-2011-prairie-sagebrush-awards-for-blogging/ for a link to the Sage to Meadow 2011 Awards!

Thanks, Jack!

  • Teresaevangeline

    Congratulations, Bill. I originally found my way here via Jack’s blog. I’m sure glad I did. Thank you so much for your wonderful essays on nature.

  • http://www.wildramblings.com Wild_Bill

    You are so welcome, as you know I really like your writing, so of the best on the internet! And congratulations to you to for receiving the same recognition!

  • Anonymous

    Bill: As everyone knows when they read your blog, you are a great writer of all things nature, flora, fauna and brambles!  Your work needs to be spread throughout the world for it is your concern and respect for ecology that will rescue, sustain and uplift the earth and all its life.  Although I don’t rank the award selection (they are all so excellent), your position at the very first of the awards list was not by accident.  I look forward to reading your work in the coming years.

  • http://www.wildramblings.com Wild_Bill

     Your kind words inspire me to keep writing.  If I can contribute, even in a small way, to a sustainable planet I will have met my own personal goals.  And I love to observe the natural world and write about it.  Thank you, Jack.

  • Barbara

    Congratulations Bill – well done. I’m so glad that your writing and the things you write about so eloquently are being recognized. You deserve it. 

  • http://www.wildramblings.com Wild_Bill

     Thanks Barbara.  Jack has a wonderful blog that I’ve followed for the past few years.  I now know more about Texas than I ever thought I would.  He’s a wonderful rancher, historian, and archaeologist and can engage the readers in all three (and many more) topics. 

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