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.
Everything seems to have fallen into place and on-schedule. Mind you this garden is about 150 miles north of Tosa so the growing season starts a tad later and ends a bit sooner.
It has been dry as dust lately with only about a half-inch of rainfall in the past seven weeks.
Two-part answer needed.
Who can tell me what these two items have in common and what makes them unique?
I snapped this picture last month.
This bird is a relatively late nesting species.
First my friend Christine opined on this subject. I got to thinking - What a thoughtful, reasonable and well-articulated take on the subject.
Then I had lunch with a buddy yesterday and our normal discussion of hunting and fishing took an acute right turn to the subject of health care reform and euthanasia.
You know you're old when you hear this song and it brings back memories of my buddy Mike's '64 Impala with the small block V-8, CCR playing on the cassette stereo and cruising for chicks...
Yesterday dawned with sweet corn on my mind.
It was bi-color perfection as far as corn goes.
For any of you who haven’t had an opportunity to wander over to the Tosa Town Square lately there have been some animated discussions about a variety of topics – including the critical discussion of when some of us are going to meet next to tip a few.
One of the discussion threads is centered about the topic of the Hart Park athletic facilities. Specifically - where did the money go????