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.
It's the start of the holiday weekend people.
Like a classic muscle car this classic rocker never goes out of style. How does he do it?
It's the start of the weekend.
And no better time to settle-back and dig some Robert Earl Keen Band.
Fall is in the air.
The weekend before last it got down to an overnight low of 39 degrees up north.
Wisconsin's bow season opens this coming Saturday.
My pals Braumeister, Smokey Joe and I have drawn and fired countless arrows at videos and paper targets. My bow has been tuned and re-tuned again. The cammo has been laundered in scent-free detergent and packed-away with the scent of dirt. Same for the underwear. And I'm getting all itchy about the prospects for this year's hunt.
It is six months following the Feast Day of St. Patrick - so I bring you an appropriate tune.
I don't know about the rest of you but I am going deer hunting. And will be sporting a camouflage veil...
When the Belgian immigrants came to this country one of the traditions they brought with them was the Kermis.
Derived from the words - Church Mass - Kermis has its roots in the celebration of the fall harvest. Much of the celebration was centered around the local church.
It's the start of the weekend people.
Tap your toes to an all star line-up and a classic tune from a classic artist...
I had a pretty good day today.
I engaged in a dangerous kitchen experiment, Jill and I met some new tree farming friends, Girlfriend got a long romp afield and I went out at the end of the day to go bow hunting.