Tom grew up in Milwaukee, bartended in Wauwatosa in the '70s and moved here in 1984.
Commentary, observations and musings about the outdoors, life in general and maybe Tosa politics and personalities will be the order of the day. He savors a lively debate as much as terrific cooking.
A recent commentator to this blog quite reasonably suggested the following:
It will be interesting how TTS fits in the race since its a mix of people like me....don't know these people and those who are personal friends of a particular candidate. I kind of think that such things should be declared so people know what context the cheap shot or rousing praise comes from.
Tiring of the snowy weather?
Grumbling about the heating bills?
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What's with the Tosa Council members that don't want to put this matter of replacing Station 1 before the voters in April?
This past Saturday hundreds of woodland owners from southeast Wisconsin gathered at the Country Springs Hotel and Conference Center for what we figure might have been our 30th or so winter conference. Inasmuch as it's the second largest woodland owner gathering in the state you'd think they'd keep better track of how many times they've done this.
Hope you're having a terrific week.
It is still winter but spring is not too far-off.
Exactly how this has escaped the scrutiny of the authorities is unclear.
This post comes to you remotely from somewhere in the Republic of Texas where I have been enjoying a brief vacation followed-on by day-job business.
Last evening I read an on-line press release of sorts that was published in WauwatosaNOW.
Spring is just around the corner.
This week's puzzle includes native flowers.
Girlfriend and I went for a walk in the woods today.
For details on the winning submission go to the bottom of the post-
Before you get your undies in a knot thinking I am pandering with another acid witticism in the title of this post -