Saturday, August 29, 2009

David Genszler benefit activities. Parade, auction and music.

David Genszler

Videos from todays activities including the parade, auction and the music with a message.

Activities in the tent. Music, music, music, music and food.

Additional news coverage with some video.

Additional photos and story at the site Leslie Hamp setup for the event. Great job Les.
All links posted at

Photos from Carol Seago.

Photos from Kelly Randolph

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Chequamegon Democratic Party Picnic. Music, food and friends.

L to R
Reggie Bicha, Secretary for the Department of Children and Families Services
State Senator Bob Jauch
Karen E. Timberlake, Secretary of the Department of Health Services
State Represenative Gary Sherman
Congressman Dave Obey
Michael J. Sheridan, Speaker Wisconsin State Assembly
Thomas Nelson, Assembly Majority Leader

The picnic part. Hamburgers, hot dogs, brats, potato salad, beans, watermelon and of course deserts. And oh... no freedom fries.

Bob Jauch.

Gary Sherman.

Dave Obey.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Senator Feingold's Ashland County town hall listening session.

I attended Senator Russ Feingold's Ashland County town hall listening session. I got a chance to express my opinion regarding national health care. In a nut shell I suggested "dusting off the Medicare legislation and striking the phrase 65 (sixty five)". In other words in it's simplest form...... Medicare for all.

Here is a YouTube video of the type of testimony Senator Feingold was hearing.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Bayfield WI County C wildlife.

Hunting the freshly hayed field.

Final approach.
Touch down.

The 2009 harvest continues.... Trannies.

This year is the first good harvest we have had from the Transparent apple tree. This year we had enough for a few eating apples, enough for dehydrated slices and enough for one great apple pie. The tree is 6 years old.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Ok a little fun.....

Google ... megawoosh

Watch the video.

Now do some research. True or fake.

What a hoot!

Four fawns. One Mom?

The question is.. are these four fawns siblings, cousins, adopted or unrelated.

Although this is clearly not one of the better photos I've taken and posted it does have four fawns with one adult.

They were all grazing together at the back end of a field.

There was one other adult in the field but it was a least half a field away and didn't seem to have any association with the four fawns.

What do you think? Anyone know how common it would be for four fawns in one litter?