Feeling the heat? Curl up in a chair in the shade and read the latest issue of the High Prairian. You will find articles about the early history of the Prairie homesteaders, poems, recipes, tips for gardeners, and more.
In this edition of the High Prairian read about the structure fire on South Prairie Road, Gwen & Jake’s rollover accident, how to avoid/drive through black ice, winter preparedness (I guess we should have titled this the Disaster issue!), a very interesting taxidermy business right here on the Prairie, and of course, much more…
In this edition read about the hair-raising Mott Road fire, find out what a Cycle Pub is, see the progress on the Schilling Road fire hall, enjoy the fruits of this summer (zucchinis!), enjoy some beautiful autumn scenes, and much more.
Special Edition, May 31, 2018 High Prairie: A Special Community It’s A Beautiful Place I live in a rural community called High Prairie, located in Washington State above the tiny town of Lyle, just off the Columbia River Gorge. High … Continue reading →
So start it off right with a browse through the newest issue of The High Prairian. In it you will find the latest news of the fate of the Firehouse Sale; plans for the Schilling Road Fire Station; an invitation to join the Garden Of Weedin; poetry; photos; and, of course, much, much more.
…we can read the fine print of the Autumn High Prairian. In this edition you can read about Doug Taylor’s party for the community, the latest state water rights decision, turkeys (!), smoke (!!), and of course, much, much more.
But the wait is over! The Summer High Prairian is finally out. Inside you will find a rundown of the 2017 Firehouse Sale; accounts of the great Hartland Road Fire and greater still efforts of the fire crews that got it under control; turkeys (!); lots of photos (especially if you read online); and, of course, much more.
In this edition we bring you Spring in the form of wildflowers and bugs!!! But first, a little of the historic winter of 2016/2017 captured in images by our very own High Prairie photographers. We remember Dona Taylor and the life she brought to the Prairie and we celebrate a huge milestone for Paul Strait. We ponder the future of the Firehouse Sale and so much more.