It's out on Kindle. Ordinarily, the paper copy of the magazine is released a week or so before you can download on Kindle. This is true of all my magazine subscriptions. I see the magazines at Walmart a week before they become available on the device. I suppose this is to discourage you from not buying the hard copy issues, which cost a lot more than the digital versions.
I stopped off at a grocery store today and I noticed there are all sorts of "back to the earth" magazines now. Hobby Farm, and a lot of similar magazines are right there next to the old Mother Earth News. I haven't bought any of those to see how they are. Another type of magazine that is really proliferating is the "primitive living" magazine. Personally, I'm not very interested in how to make a tomahawk, or make clothes out of skins, or in black powder shooting "for real." But I suppose a lot of people must be because the magazines are selling and new magazines on the same topic are appearing.
The weather has been good lately. Warm during the day, but colder at night. Tuesday and Wednesday it is supposed to be cold again with snow. Not a lot of it, though.
Yesterday I had a local sheriff's deputy pull right up behind me, follow me about a mile, and then pull me over. He brusquely demanded my license, registration and insurance card. I asked him, not very politely, why he pulled me over. He told me to "lose the attitude." I told him to expect an "attitude" when he stopped people on the highway for no reason. Things kind of went downhill from there.
Turns out he saw the NRA "stand and fight" bumper sticker on my car. He wanted to know if I had a gun and I said yes, I certainly did. He wanted to know where it was and I showed him. He was vastly disappointed when I had a permit. As a parting shot, he said "I can stop you just about any time I want." Pink faced little guy about 25. Perfect little Nazi.
Still, for the first time in a long time, I lost my temper and I don't feel positive about that. The way to handle the cops is just give them your papers, answer their questions, and get out of it. Seig Heil. I could go file a complaint with the Sheriff, and then every time I came to town I'd be getting pulled over for a seat belt check, or insurance check, or "let's see if your lights are all working" and so on. It's not worth it.