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.
Old neighborhoods have their charm for sure.
Our old 1921 Tosa bungalow is ideally situated. Walking distance to the parkway, the Rotary Stage, three grocery stores and all sorts of pubs and restaurants.
Isn't it just grand to be a Packer fan?
Life is slowly returning to normal here in Packer Nation now that the Lombardi Trophy has returned to its rightful home in Titletown, USA.
A reader contribution and a walk down memory lane.
Start your weekend with these sultry vocals...
This denizen of the woods and his enthusiastic sidekick absolutely love winter.
It's pretty hard to beat a walk in the woods on a sunny day when the temperature is a positively tropical 11 degrees with fresh snow to track the various critters.
Regular readers know that I frequent graveyards. There is much to be learned about the lives of the deceased by reading a headstone or two and doing a bit of research.
And speaking with the departed.
I have been remiss in not including this genre. My bad. I apologize.
Liven-up your start to the weekend with some cool jazz and Esperanza Spalding.
It's time to re-boot the old
Did any of you pay attention to this year's Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? If you did, you might have taken note that the most popular breed in the USA was again snubbed in the competition.
Girlfriend and I were out in the woods last weekend and found these scratches on a pretty hefty tree trunk.
It's the start of the weekend people.
I happen to think it's time for some mellowing-out in Badger Land.