It’s finally over. The year 2020 will forever be remembered–at least by today’s adults–as one of the worst in American history. Whether historians will put
The last men standing.
It’s late November in northwest Wisconsin. The fall colors peaked over a month ago, we’ve had several inches of snow already–most of which has melted,
I am that masked man.
August is here. In many ways, it’s starting like every August we’ve had since we moved in here back in 1994. It’s hot, sunny, and,
A month like no other.
Today is the last day of April. When we started turning our attention toward 2020 four months ago, we were thinking of a lot of
Cracks in the dike.
How do you enforce the rules when the people in charge of enforcement don’t want to enforce? The other day, I wrote that the sheriff
When they take it too far.
As of today, we are now 27 days into the state-imposed lockdown in Wisconsin, known by the governor’s warm-and-fuzzy “Safer at Home” decree. A week