Tag Archives: Wisconsin

On the Fall of the Spring of 1964

In the early spring of 1964 I was in advanced flight training at  Naval Air Station Whiting Field, a few miles north of Milton, a small city 20  miles northeast of Pensacola, in Florida’s panhandle. Advanced flight training  was as … Continue reading

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On Wisconsin, and other states of mind

Published in the Wisconsin State Journal on June 2, 2011 On Wisconsin, and other states of mind  by Karl Garson  Right off I’ll tell you that I love Wisconsin; tell you that without hesitation even after living in 11 other … Continue reading

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The Land Shows Us the Way Back

Published in The Wisconsin State Journal on May 6, 2011 Land Shows Us the Way Back by Karl Garson “He’s overeducated,” is a sentence I hadn’t heard in a long time until I wandered recently into a local convenience store … Continue reading

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After Midnight, Early May

Early May is still two weeks off. But here at the farm the peepers have returned to chant the night. Of course, by day, resident Blue Herons arrive to hunt them around the pond and along the slough that drains … Continue reading

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The Voices That Won’t Fade

Published in the The Wisconsin State Journal on March 28, 2011 as “Unwelcome voices just won’t fade.” The Voices That Won’t Fade  by Karl Garson  I associate November 22, 1963 with Pensacola, Florida and March 16, 2011 with Dodgeville, Wisconsin. … Continue reading

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April Snow in Wisconsin

The farm begins the last five days of March 2011 with freezing temperatures under full sun. A look at the forecast for the week ahead makes it a sure bet that somewhere in Wisconsin, even here is the state’s southwestern … Continue reading

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Intolerance and other drugs

Published in The Wisconsin State Journal on March 16, 2011 Intolerance, and Other Drugs  by Karl Garson  I finished reading Nina Revoyr’s “Wingshooters” on my flight back from New York. Manhattan to Madison; La Guardia to Dane County Regional afforded … Continue reading

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