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Issue Date: May 22, 2019

Sunny and warm, or at least warmer

Was afraid that the beautiful Thursday we enjoyed two weeks ago was our summer for the year. Am more than a little relieved to find that a return visit is promised for Memorial Day weekend. The weathermen promise sunshine for most of the weekend, and we're supposed to enjoy temperatures around the 70-degree mark on Saturday and Sunday.

Memorial Day itself will be chillier, with thermometers back down to a daytime high of about 59 degrees, but at least they're not predicting rain on anyone's parades.

Then summer will be gone again. Might be June, but April temperatures and April showers are predicted for at least the next two weeks. After that, who knows?

Cold or no cold, farmers and gardeners are planting where the soil is dry enough. Should be a great year for cool weather crops like peas and spinach.

SUMMER PESTS

On the bright side, the late arrival of summer seems to have put the mosquito hatch on hold. Despite the high waters everywhere, haven't seen any yet this year. Maybe they all drowned. Could we be that lucky?

Ticks are out, though. When you go into the woods or tall grass, use tick repellent, wear white or light colored clothes, and be sure to do at least nightly bed checks.

TOO MANY TO MENTION

Things are happening everywhere this weekend, too many events to mention without fear of offending someone. Check ads and news articles in today's Peshtigo Times and community bulletin boards and the web for Memorial Day ceremonies and celebrations.

Hopefully, in addition to having fun, we'll all take time to attend a ceremony honoring the men and women that this holiday is really supposed to be about.

If it weren't for them, a few overlords or dictators and their henchmen might be having fun, but the rest of us, not so much.

Thank you, heroes, for making America free back in 1776 and for keeping us free since then.

STORM DAMAGE

The snow and rain of recent months have caused water levels all over our area to reach near record levels. Add high winds, crashing waves and more rain to that, and you have the storm that lashed the City of Menominee shoreline this weekend.

Saw photos of people wading at least ankle deep in waves on the road that runs along the beach nearest to the Menominee/Marinette city limits.

Debris, including rocks and logs as much as 20 feet long, was tossed up on yards, roads, parking lots and beaches, and erosion was very obviously in progress. Michigan state agencies were called in to help clean up.

Grandsons Dan and Jake were there and took some awesome photos. Pictures Dan posted on Sunday, May 19, showed waves threatening to put out the lighthouse, an obviously crazy man walking on water (with an invisible wave-swept pier under his feet), an LCS in a test run through wicked waters of the Bay heading toward Lake Michigan, and debris washed up on several Menominee beaches.

One Facebook viewer commented it was sad to see how much erosion and other damage the high water and waves had caused. Responses included an observation that we humans can try as we may to change the landscape - or keep it unchanged, as the case may be - but in the end, Nature (maybe another name for God?) makes the decisions.

As to the man walking on the pier while waves lashing over it beat on his ankles - that sort of foolhardiness can be fatal. Folks don't seem to respect the Great Lakes as much as they do the ocean, but they should. The lakes can be just as deadly.

Many years ago in Algoma a fisherman was washed off a pier during somewhat the same type of storm. A City Police officer managed to save him, but lost his own life doing it.

START BUILDING

Water levels in Green Bay and Lake Michigan are at their highest since the 1980's, and more rain is coming. Thunderstorms are promised for Friday, May 24, then a break until May 28, and after that, it's umbrella weather pretty much non-stop for the foretellable future.

Think we should start building a few Arks and assembling some animals? How big is a cubit?

Recall back in the 1980s there were serious proposals to dig a canal from the tip of Lake Michigan over to the deserts out west, probably Utah. Experts suggested the water could be used for irrigation there, and the drainage would keep the Great Lakes from running over.

Honest. They said that.

Then the weather cycle turned, as it always does. Lake levels went down until doomsayers were afraid the Great Lakes were drying up. Blamed it on everything from carbon exhaust fumes to industrial over use.

Now Lake Michigan and Lake Superior are full again, and so are most of the rivers and streams leading to them. Guess it's time to start digging that canal. Maybe if we do that, we'll be safe without an Ark.

BUCKLE THOSE SEAT BELTS!!!

Speaking of being safe, better be sure your seat belts are buckled for the next two weeks. According to a Wisconsin Department of Transportation news release, the annual "Click It or Ticket" mobilization began on Monday, May 20 and runs through Sunday, June 2. Law enforcement officers will be working overtime to ensure compliance with the state's 10-year-old mandatory seat belt law.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CAMP BIRD

The concept of Marinette County's beautiful Camp Bird was born 80 years ago this month. Sand Lake and the land surrounding it was owned by Isaac Stephenson from 1875 to 1920. He used the site as a private hunting and fishing camp. His hunting cabin sat where the Camp Bird dining hall sits today.

In 1920 the land was sold to the Skidmore Land Company, and in 1929 Marinette County became the owner for $82.75 in unpaid back taxes.

In 1936, after the tax title matured, three people encouraged the development of a youth camp at Sand Lake - L. E. Ness, Chairman of Marinette County Board; Dr. Maurice Bird, County Health Officer, and Charles Drewry, County Agriculture Agent for the University of Wisconsin Extension.

On May 3, 1939 a resolution to make Sand Lake into a youth camp was approved by Marinette County Board. Final plans for the camp to be built on the 20-acre site as a Federal Works Administration (WPA) Project were developed in 1940 by John Saemann, Assistant County Extension Agent.

Construction was started by the WPA and finished by the Marinette County Forestry crew in 1942.

Camp Bird opened in 1943 and since that time has been used by various youth group such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Marinette County 4-H youth, schools, social service agencies, and religious organizations.

In 2006, Camp Bird was opened for rental by adult groups from the first week of April through the end of November, so now it can be enjoyed by all, young and old. For reservations or further information, contact the Marinette County Parks Office at 715-732-7530.

CONSERVATION CAMP

The annual Sand Lake Conservation Camp sponsored by Marinette County Land and Water Conservation Department, will be held there this year from Wednesday, June 19 through Friday, June 21 for Wisconsin and Upper Michigan youth who will be attending grades 6 through 8 in September. It provides positive outdoor experiences, helps foster an appreciation for nature, and introduces a variety of opportunities in natural resources and conservation careers. Cut-off date is June 3 and space is limited. Register by calling 715-732-7784.

ON THE SOAP BOX - DO THEY MEAN IT?

Marinette County Board's Executive Committee last week rejected a proposal to return "moment of silent prayer" to the agenda for the start of County Board meetings. Currently the rules call for "moment of silent reflection." The Administrative committee replaced the current "moment of silent reflection" with simply, "moment of silence."

That recommendation goes to County Board at their meeting on Tuesday, May 28.

Will the full 30 member County Board go along with it, or will 16 Supervisors have the courage to stand by the meaning of the words they recite at the start of their meetings: "I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

Seems like you shouldn't be able to pick and choose, or straddle the fence. Either you mean the whole pledge, or none of it.

Maybe I should hush up. Make too much noise and there'll be another call to eliminate the "under God" part of the pledge that was added under President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Do believe most schools once again allow the Pledge to be recited aloud by students in their hallowed halls! For a time they did not, thanks to the anti-God people.

PLANT ORCHARDS FOR DEER

The Wisconsin DNR has banned deer baiting in an effort to to keep deer from dining together, and help stop the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD).

That ban has caused some hardship for area farmers who supplement their incomes by selling corn to sportsmen who use it to lure deer to their stands, and to feed the herds so they don't starve in winter.

Now read that area volunteers recently helped the DNR improve wildlife habitat in Oconto County by planting 20 crabapple and hawthorn trees in the Oconto County Forest near Breed.

The news release said these trees will provide additional food and cover for many wildlife species, including ruffed grouse and white-tailed deer.

Is it possible that chronic wasting disease is spread by deer eating bait put out by sportsmen, but not by eating bait that falls from trees planted by the DNR and the volunteers who work with them?

WILD GOOSE

Incidentally, our son puts out corn in a fenced enclosure for a tame wild goose - George - that chooses to live with the family. The "cage" isn't very secure any more, since deer broke it down to get at the corn. The gate was never closed anyway, but the deer apparently didn't know that. Anyway" can George get chronic wasting disease from the deer who come regularly to steal his food?

By the way, George loves playing with the family pit bull, and the feeling is mutual.

They take George for walks to the river, but he always follows the family back home. Tried to get him to fly south last fall. He learned to fly, but he wouldn't fly away.

COOKIN' TIME

Summertime is feasting time, especially when asparagus and morrels start popping up. and then it just keeps getting better.

SWEET "N' SOUR BEEF KABOBS

Perfect for a Memorial Day cookout.

1/4 cup soy sauce

3 tablespoons light brown sugar

3 tablespoons distilled white vinegar

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt

1/2 teaspoon garlic pepper seasoning

4 fluid ounces lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage

2 pounds beef sirloin steak, cut into 1 1/2 inch cubes

2 green bell peppers, cut into 2 inch pieces

1/2 pound fresh mushrooms, stems removed

1 pint cherry tomatoes

1 fresh pineapple - peeled, cored and cubed

Skewers

In a medium bowl, mix soy sauce, light brown sugar, distilled white vinegar, garlic powder, seasoned salt, garlic pepper seasoning, and lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage. Reserve about 1/2 cup of this marinade for basting. Place steak in a large resealable plastic bag. Cover with the remaining marinade, and seal. Refrigerate for 8 hours, or overnight. Bring a saucepan of water to a boil. Add green peppers, and cook for 1 minute, just to blanch. Drain, and set aside. Preheat grill for high heat. Thread steak, green peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, and pineapple onto skewers in an alternating fashion. Discard marinade and the bag. Lightly oil the grill grate. Cook kabobs on the prepared grill for 10 minutes, or to desired doneness. Baste frequently with reserved marinade during the last 5 minutes of cooking

SPRING ASPARAGUS TART

Good hot or room temperature. Makes a grand bring-along appetizer for Memorial Day gatherings, as long as you don't let it sit too long at room temperature.

Copied this recipe as it was given to me, but we prefer a crust made from packaged Crescent rolls instead of the Puff Pastry. Just unroll the package of Crescent rolls and, without separating it, press to a 9- by 12-inch even rectangle with a slight raised ridge all around on a baking sheet lightly sprayed with cooking oil. Sort of press the triangle divisions closed, and then proceed with the rest of the recipe.

1 tablespoon all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting

1 sheet frozen puff pastry, thawed (a 9 1/2- by 9-inch sheet from

a 17.3-ounce package)

1 cup mascarpone or cream cheese

1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt

1 large egg, beaten

1 lemon, zest finely grated (about 1 tablespoon)

1 tablespoon chopped fresh chives

1 tablespoon chopped fresh tarragon

1 pound asparagus, trimmed off, cut into 1inch pieces

1 tablespoon olive oil

Freshly ground black pepper

Optional: Lightly dressed greens, for serving

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Lightly flour the work surface and roll out the puff pastry to a 9- by 12-inch even rectangle. Transfer to the prepared baking sheet. Combine the mascarpone, 1 1/4 teaspoons of the salt, the flour, egg, lemon zest, chives and tarragon. Spread over the pastry, leaving a 3/4-inch border. Make small cuts around the border about 1 inch apart with the tip of a paring knife. Toss the asparagus with the olive oil in a bowl, then spread evenly over the pastry. (You can get fancy and cut the asparagus spears into lengths equal to half the width of the pan, and then lay them carefully side by side and end to end so all the tips point to the edge of the pastry-lined pan. The ends should meet in the middle. This is prettier and fancier, but takes a lot more work.) Season with the remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt and some pepper. Bake until the border of the tart is deep golden and puffed and the top is lightly spotted golden brown, about 25 minutes. Let cool for 5 to 10 minutes or more and serve, garnished with the greens or not, as you prefer.

MAGIC RHUBARB CAKE

1 package yellow cake mix (regular size)

5 cups diced fresh or frozen rhubarb

1 cup sugar

1 cup heavy whipping cream

Prepare cake batter according to package directions. Pour batter into a greased 13x9-in. baking dish. Spread rhubarb over batter. Sprinkle with sugar; pour cream over top. Do not mix. Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the cake comes out clean. Serve warm or cooled. Refrigerate leftovers.

RHUBARB CRUNCH SQUARES

Ran this recipe last week, and an alert reader noticed that the required 1 3/4 cups of sugar was not on the list of ingredients, although the directions said beat sugar, eggs and reserved cake mix together and then stir in the rhubarb. Thanks for finding the error, and for calling to ask how much sugar was needed. Here is a reprint of the recipe with the sugar included. In case you saved the recipe from last week, either write in the sugar amount or get rid of the whole recipe. Very sincere apologies to anyone whose mouth may still be puckered from tasting this without the needed sugar!

1 package super moist yellow cake mix

3/4 cup cold butter or margarine, cut into slices

3 eggs

1 3/4 cups sugar

4 cups sliced fresh rhubarb

Whipped cream or ice cream, for serving

Reserve 2 tablespoons of the cake mix. In large bowl, cut butter into remaining cake mix, using pastry blender (or pulling 2 table knives through ingredients in opposite directions), until crumbly. (You can use a food processor for this too, as long as you don't process it too much.) Pat two cups of the mixture into the bottom of an ungreased 13x9-inch pan. Reserve remaining crumbly mixture for topping. Bake 13 minutes. In a large bowl, beat the reserved 2 tablespoons of cake mix, sugar and eggs with an electric mixer on medium speed until creamy. Stir in the rhubarb. Pour over partially baked crust. Sprinkle remaining crumbly mixture over top. Bake 45 to 50 minutes longer or until golden brown and center is set. Cool slightly before serving. Serve warm or cold with whipped cream. Store covered in refrigerator.

Thought for the week: As Memorial Day approaches, let us remember the words of Franklin D. Roosevelt. They are just as true today as when he said them over half a century ago: "Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them." Roosevelt's words were far too prophetic. Many people today seem to have forgotten what America stands for, why so many brave men and women since the start of our nation were willing to die for American ideal of a land where everyone has the freedom to enjoy Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Let us pray on Memorial Day that we do not dishonor the sacrifices of our veterans by discarding the wonderful American freedoms that they fought and died for.

(This column is written by Shirley Prudhomme of Crivitz. Views expressed are her own and are in no way intended to be an official statement of the opinions of Peshtigo Times editors and publishers. She may be contacted by phone at 715-291-9002 or by e-mail to shirleyprudhommechickadee@yahoo.com.)


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