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2,504 mi from you
08/11/13 Smoking in the dark
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Neoclassical redneck is one description. Born and raised in an urban environment but have stayed in the country since high school often more than 100 miles from the nearest paved road. Traveled the world searching for precious and strategic minerals, especially gold. Have now settled in one place miles from town and am looking for a heart of gold. A friend or partner with a brain and intellectual communication abilities would be a dream come true.
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The three story stone barn that wasn't
Friday, April 12, 2013
First time I saw it he was proud of his three story stone barn. It was structurally sound and freshly tuck pointed. I wanted a picture of it and some time later when I had a chance to take pictures, I learned from his brother and nephew that it was only in recently years used as a barn. It was started in 1850 when the Scott brothers thought that the railroad would follow the wagon trail along the Yellowstone River. They established the Hamlet of Scotts Town and the building was completed in 1860. First floor was a Post Office and General Store. The second floor had rooms for boarding. The third floor was open as a meeting room and often used as a dance hall.
The railroad followed the Pecatonica River instead of the Yellowstone and Scotts Town faded and now is a farmlot. The old blacksmith shop is a workshed. Little else remains. An interesting piece of of history that is not written down and would not be known to me if I had not spent the time talking to the landowners.
Firearms safety training.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
I must believe in firearms safety training since I have been teaching firearms safety for 34 years. I know of no state that mandates it for purchace and ownership of a firearm but I believe that all 49 states that do have some allowance for possesion of a concealed firearm do to obtain a permit. Back when I was based out of Utah, I was part of the group that put together the training requirements and regulations for concealed carry their. It is a widely recognized and accepted training program, probably part of why their is reconciliations in 35 other states.
I have been teaching Hunter Education all of my 20 years here in Wisconsin and am proud to teach youth and others safe use and operation of a firearm. When Wisconsin acted to allow concealed carry, Hunter Education was one of the training courses that was accepted.
There have been some terrible incidents with firearms of which the news overwhelms us but do some homework and you will find that gun ownership has dramatically increased in the USA over the last twenty years but deaths from firearms, accidental or intentional, have decreased.
Every one waves at you
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
I travel hundreds of miles each day on back country rural roads in southwestern Wisconsin. One day a freind asked if she could go with to see the sights. She was impressed with the diversity from agricultural farms to rolling praire and ranch county to steep hilly country settled by the Swiss because it reminded them so much of home. What suprised her most was how many people everywhere waved at me, from other drivers to farmers and ranchers in their fields. Have to wonder how many would recognize me if I was not driving my red Peterbuilt.
Tried twice, maybe did it twice
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Upload a new photo that is, one taken last night when I got home from a Town Board meeting. That is Prince Albert in the pipe.
oh those tig ol bitties
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Cannot help but be joking sometimes about tig ol bitties (I do now live in dairy land). Of couse I would be more interested in those of my own species but my work revolves around agriculture. I recycle used cows is a politaly correct way of saying I get dead and down cows to be used for non human consumption pet food. The best thing about this work is I meet some of the greatest people I could ever ask to meet, but it is always a bad day when I arrive because a cow is dead or down. For dairy folks, cows are their life and livelyhood. Down means cannot walk or other health issue and I have to kill it.
Today I had two cows get up and walk when I stepped in. On occasion I have had one get up, but today was the first time I had two get up in one day. It was a very good day for the farmers and for me because not only did they save a lot of $ in a valuable animal, and I was a good thing for their day not just an undertaker.
Hope you have a wonderful day..
Added: Thursday, March 14, 2013 5:54pm
Thank you for the birthday card! Kiss.
And yes, I do like steak. And seafood, pork, etc. I'm easy to please.
Added: Monday, July 30, 2012 1:39pm
Thank you for the lovely card. You're so sweet.
Added: Thursday, April 12, 2012 10:51am
Wishing you a safe, healthy and abundant new year.
Added: Saturday, December 31, 2011 8:53am
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