- The Absolute Beginning of Spring for Wisconsin Dairy Farm
- Great Restaurant Sign in Madison
- How to Fix Detroit. Tear this Down Now!
- First Day of Spring–Here is what it looks like in Wisconsin
- The Jobs Depression Enters 60 Months — A Record
- The View of Office Construction One Year Later Out My Work Window
- Another 9 Inches of Snow In Madison. We need Global Warming Here.
Author Archives: Randel
This picture taken about 2 weeks ago reflects 1) all the snow has melted; 2)some green is beginning; and 3) a rare sunny day. This month in southern Wisconsin, it has been a very cold, wet, and cloudy spring–the kind … Continue reading
This neon oldie comes from the Fly Room Restaurant at Madison Wisconsin’s airport for small planes. The restaurant serves all comers by car or small plane, and the food was good. Canadian Breakfast of Walleye filet, eggs, hash browns, and … Continue reading
The city is in financial emergency mode. One way to fix Detroit and our economy is give the unemployed a job tearing this crap down. You can hear echos of President Reagan “President Congress, tear these things down now!” That would be … Continue reading
Yep, 5 million of us like it here despite what you see in this pic outside the office window. Only 20 degrees F. This and our high income and high property taxes keep the riff-raff out. Days like this are … Continue reading
Not much else needs to be said. Yes, there has been progress, but folks just are not getting jobs like they used to. Corporations and banks are just sitting on the cash, making no investment. Once all the appliances and … Continue reading
Incredible change can happen in one year. Last year they starting tearing down old warehouses. Now going up are a kidney clinic, some apartment buildings and a hotel–Just one year apart for these pictures:
The past decade other than a year or so, we have been buried by more snow than average by large amounts way past the average–more like the glaciers and next Ice Age are coming. This is a hard time on us Wisconsin … Continue reading
Great site with fantastic cardinals pictures: http://blog.martinbelan.com/2013/01/a-collection-of-cardinals-in-the-snow/