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Issue Date: August 15, 2019

Shirley Prudhomme

Dog days".

Summer is certainly starting to sing its Swan Song! Warm weather - even hot weather - may return for a time, but right now daytime temperatures are cool enough to require jackets. Sure hope swimming season isn't over for the year.

This seems to be quite a switch from the old days, when August generally brought sweltering "Dog Days" temperatures. When I was a child we were not allowed to go swimming during Dog Days in mid-August for fear of disease, and this probably was because Polio was still a very real threat that seemed to peak in August, at least in the years I remember.

I recall my Mom also did not know why people called them "Dog Days," or why we were not supposed to go swimming, and she wondered if people during those hottest days of summer let their dogs use the beaches.

Anyway, according to Wikipedia, "The dog days or dog days of summer are the hot, sultry days of summer. They were historically the period following the rising of the star system Sirius, which Greek and Roman mythology connected with heat, drought, sudden thunderstorms, lethargy, fever, mad dogs, and bad luck.

They generally have been the hottest, most uncomfortable part of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. Sirius, incidentally, is called the Dog Star in mythology, and was supposed to be a dog of Orion, the Hunter.

In the pre-dawn hours in late August and early September, look for Orion the Hunter and Sirius the Dog Star. The very noticeable constellation Orion the Hunter rises before dawn at this time of year, recognizable for the short straight line of three stars that make up his Belt. That belt points to the sky's brightest star Sirius " sometimes called the Dog Star because it's part of the constellation Canis Major the Greater Dog. It follows Orion into the sky as the predawn darkness gives way to dawn. If you notice a very bright, madly twinkling star on clear nights just before dawn, that star is most likely Sirius. It's so bright that, when it's low in the sky, it shines with glints of red and flashes of blue, and is very noticeable, according to the EarthSky website.

Incidentally, on the nights of Wednesday, Aug. 14 and Thursday, Aug. 15, enjoy the beautiful full moon known by some as the Sturgeon Moon. There's still a good chance on those nights to catch a glimpse of some shooting stars, if there are no clouds.

GOOD TRIP TO GOODMAN PARK

Hats off to Marinette County, Marinette County Highway Department and Highway Commissioner Eric Burmeister! Finally, after many years, it is possible to travel by car to beautiful Goodman Park without being jolted to death and choked by dust.

The Highway Department very recently completed triple seal coating the unpaved portion of County I that runs to the entrance to Goodman Park. They also triple seal coated Goodman Park Road itself. The effect isn't quite as good as blacktop, but it's close.

On a recent trip there was pleasantly surprised to find it is once again possible to enjoy driving through the wonderful green cathedral that has formed around the road. It was also possible to see the signs that mark the park entrances. We found it to be a smooth ride, and were even able to leave the windows open!

County I is the segment of the old Parkway Road that runs between County C and Highway 8. The entire road at one time had been blacktopped, but was returned to gravel some years ago because the Town of Silver Cliff had found that beautiful rustic road impossible to maintain and turned it over to Marinette County. The surface kept breaking up due to the heavy logging truck traffic. Marinette County's choice at the time was to either accept the road, or accept a weight ban that would eliminate trucks hauling out the harvest from the Marinette County Forests. Almost the entire road runs through Marinette County Forest, and its most important use, in addition to logging traffic, is to bring visitors to and from McClintock and Goodman Parks.

The portion of County I north of Goodman Park to Hwy. 8 and Goodman remains gravel, but may be triple seal coated in future, which would mean comfortable travel for vehicles coming down from the north as well as those from the south.

County G in the southeastern corner of the county is also finally being reconstructed, and that job will be completed before the snow flies!

PHONE SERVICE

Speaking of a trip to Goodman Park, must issue a word of warning. If you go - and no one should miss the experience - do not count on using your cell phones or GPS systems. Be sure to get good driving directions ahead of time, have plenty of gas, and bring a good map. There aren't a lot of stops along the way.

As to the phones, in our group there were phones serviced by four different companies, and none of them had service in the park or even close to it! So much for technology!

We're so spoiled that I immediately began worrying about whether or not there was a land line phone in the park for emergency calls to summon help if needed. When I was a youngster our families camped even farther in the backwoods than that for a week at a time. Cell phones hadn't been invented yet, so nobody missed them.

CAN'T SEE THE FOREST

Had relatives visiting from Kansas several years ago. Wanted to impress them with the beauties of Marinette County, so sent them on a drive to Silver Cliff and the Goodman Park area. Wanted them to appreciate the vastness of the wonderful Marinette County Forest.

They went and came back, but really weren't raving about the sights they had seen.

Asked how they liked it, the lady of the family replied cautiously, "Well...It was nice, but we couldn't see much on account of all those trees!"

Maybe they'd have been more impressed in Fall, when the road to Goodman Park becomes a golden cathedral. And maybe not. Guess it's the view that counts. They're used to looking at far horizons and the closed-in forest made them feel claustrophobic.

Friend claims he actually once did see a tree in Kansas!

POLITICALLY INCORRECT

Can't resist a couple of politically incorrect jokes. Seems like we don't laugh enough at ourselves any more.

Anyway, a friend wants to know: If "con" is the opposite of "pro," then is "progress" the opposite of "congress?"

Also says that government and diapers have one thing in common; they both need to be changed regularly, and for the same reason.

Then there's this really, really bad old joke: Mahatma Gandhi often walked barefoot which produced an impressive set of callouses on his feet. He also ate very little, making him rather frail and with his odd diet he often suffered from bad breath. This, the pundits said, made him a super calloused fragile mystic hexed with halitosis.

This one dates back to the days of Osama Bin Laden, and shows that once again the Marines came through. Seems that the whole world was wondering if Osama was still alive, so finally Osama himself decided to send Ted Kennedy a letter in his own handwriting to let him know he was still in the game. Kennedy opened the letter which appeared to contain a single line of coded message, 370HSSV-0773H. Kennedy was baffled, so he e-mailed it to John Kerry. Kerry and his aides had no clue either, so they sent it to the FBI. No one could solve it at the FBI, so it went to the CIA, then to the NSA. With no clue as to its meaning, the FBI finally asked Marine Corps Intelligence for help. Within a few seconds the Marine Corps cabled back with this reply, "Tell Kennedy he's holding the message upside down."

COME TO THE FAIR

Speaking of sights, there will be all sorts of things to see and do at the annual Marinette County Fair in Wausaukee. It starts at 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 22 and runs through about 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25, with all sorts of fun events scheduled on all four days, and a few things happening before it starts.

The fairgrounds will be busy on Saturday, Aug. 17 with the 4-H Club dog show and judging for cats, birds, etc., starting at 9 a.m. Clean up and setup at the food stand and dorms will start at 9 a.m. Saturday and go until at least noon and possibly longer. Then, on Wednesday, Aug. 21 from noon until 3 or 4 p.m., 4-H Club members will help set up tents, benches, etc. for the official opening of the 2019 Marinette County Fair the next day.

ON THE SOAP BOX

IMPEACH HIM

Saw another new sign the other day demanding the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Must declare again, am getting more then a little tired of all the calls for impeachment. Does not anyone realize that impeachment is a legal process, not a sentiment, and for a President to be impeached he must at least be accused of violating a specific law?

For example, if he had entered this country as an illegal immigrant, he could be impeached.

The complaints against President Trump seem to mostly involve smart-aleck comments on Twitter or actions he has taken that are at odds with the policies liberals want to see followed, but not illegal. No matter how hard they try to find an excuse, to date none of them has managed to specifically point to any law they can realistically accuse him of breaking.

They're unhappy with the outcome of the last election, and can't seem to accept that their displeasure isn't enough for impeachment.

The liberals still haven't accepted the fact that in America, we follow the will of the voters, not the intellectual elitists who are convinced they know better than us common folks.

If they had wanted to attempt a recall, that would have been their privilege. They could have tried, but it would have failed. Now it's a bit too late. Even Nancy Pelosi seems to know that for an impeachment process to even begin, there must be a charge that the President has broken a specific law. Apparently some of the current crop of men and women elected to the United States Congress do not even know enough about American Government to know that. Must have failed their Civics classes in high school, if they even took one.

Despite the millions spent on witch hunts, the never-Trumpers haven't even been able to find a trumped-up charge to bring against Trump! They need to leave that alone, and get on with solving the real problems that this nation faces.

And no, those problems do not involve cows emitting salacious gasses!

WONDERFUL TOMATO

As a not-too-responsible gardener, one day early this summer I brought home a flat of cherry tomato plants. Set them down in a semi-shaded weed patch and never got back to them. Forgot about them, actually. Lo and behold, yesterday morning, a grandson picked a red, ripe wonderful cherry tomato from one of those poor neglected plants, and gave it to me as a reward for my lack of labor. He said several others are ready to ripen soon, so we can all have some.

Just goes to show what a bountiful growing season this has been!

Wonder what the crop would have been had I planted those tomatoes properly?

GROWIN' THINGS

Composting is the purest and most eco-friendly form of recycling. It's also a wonderful way to make sure your garden grows even better next year. If you read this on Wednesday or Thursday, there's still time to attend a free composting workshop starting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15 at the Harmony Arboretum demonstration gardens on County E, just off Hwy. 64, seven miles west of Marinette.  Learn about starting a compost pile; managing compost; using compost as a soil amendment, and more. According to UWEX Ag Educator Scott Reuss, everyone is also welcome to bring samples of problems that are currently showing up in their landscapes. Reuss also invites questions about problems with growing things to him at the Extension office, 715-732-7510, toll-free at 1-877-884-4408, or by e-mail to sreuss@marinettecounty.com .

If it's too late for the seminar, visit the Harmony Arboretum anyway. It's a wonderful experience, free for anyone who wants to enjoy all the beauties it has to offer. And if there is a Master Gardener or two around, you might pick up some great tips for growing things.

COOKIN' TIME

Garden goodies abound, too many to choose from. If you are garden deficient, you can enjoy the bounty of someone else's labors, either by begging from friends and neighbors, or by buying at flea markets and roadside stands. Either way, don't miss out. The season for fresh from the garden goodness is all too short!

SUMMER SQUASH CHICKEN ALFREDO

Serves only two, but you can easily double this recipe. On the other hand, if there are three people and one is a child, this is probably enough. Serve with sliced sweet red tomatoes, and perhaps some cooked broccoli for a really great and beautiful meal that uses some of the squash that are so plentiful right about now..

2 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves

2 tablespoons garlic, minced

1 (8 ounce) package uncooked rigatoni pasta

6 slices bacon

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

1 small zucchini, sliced

1 small yellow squash, sliced

1 cup Alfredo sauce

1/4 cup milk

6 tomatoes, diced

3 tablespoons Parmesan cheese

1/4 cup sliced almonds

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease a baking dish. Place the chicken in the prepared baking dish, and coat with the garlic. Bake 25 minutes, or until chicken juices run clear. Cool and chop. Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Place the rigatoni in the pot, cook 10 minutes, until al dente, and drain. Place bacon in a skillet. Cook over medium high heat until evenly brown. Drain, crumble, and set aside. Heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat, and sauté the zucchini and yellow squash until tender and lightly browned. In a small bowl, mix the Alfredo sauce and milk. Serve chicken over the cooked pasta. Pour Alfredo sauce over the chicken. Top with zucchini and squash. Sprinkle with sun-dried tomatoes, bacon, Parmesan cheese, and almonds.

ZUCCHINI CHEDDAR PANCAKES

Good with spaghetti sauce. Also good with applesauce with a bit of cinnamon and sugar stirred in. For a totally different crab cake flavor, add a half teaspoon of Old Bay seasoning and serve with shrimp sauce. They freeze and reheat well. Great for a light lunch or late supper - or yes - even for breakfast.

2 cups grated zucchini

1 cup grated Cheddar cheese

1/2 cup grated onion

2 eggs, beaten

1 cup biscuit baking mix (like Bisquick or Jiffy Mix)

2 tablespoons vegetable oil, as needed

Mix zucchini, Cheddar cheese, and onion together in a bowl. Stir eggs and biscuit mix into zucchini mixture until well combined. Heat vegetable oil on the griddle or large skillet over medium heat. Scoop about 1/4 cup batter onto heated griddle for each pancake. Cook until pancakes are browned, 3 to 4 minutes per side. Repeat with remaining batter.

MILD TOMATO SALSA

Enjoy home-grown goodness all year long. This salsa is wonderful on scrambled eggs, especially if you scramble them with cheese or cottage cheese.

6 medium tomatoes, peeled and coarsely chopped

4 medium green peppers, chopped

3 large onions, chopped

2 cans (12 ounces each) tomato paste

1 3/4 cups white vinegar

1/2 cup sugar

1 medium sweet red pepper, chopped

1 celery rib, chopped

15 garlic cloves, minced

4 to 5 jalapeno peppers, seeded and chopped

1/4 cup canning salt

1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon hot pepper sauce

In a large kettle, cook tomatoes, uncovered, over medium heat for 20 minutes. Drain, but reserve two cups of the liquid. Return tomatoes to the kettle. Stir in the green peppers, onions, tomato paste, vinegar, sugar, red pepper, celery, garlic, jalapeños, canning salt, hot pepper sauce and reserved tomato liquid. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 1 hour, stirring frequently. Ladle hot mixture into hot jars, leaving 1/4-inch headspace in each. Adjust caps. Process for 20 minutes in a boiling-water bath.

Thought for the week: Looking at the beauty and the bounty growing all around us, can't help but agree with Rev. Tom Gilson on The Stream: "If there is any sign of God's goodness which all persons can see, it is undoubtedly the annual harvest. God guards the seed throughout the winter in the earth, lets it bloom and grow and bear fruit in the summer, wards off hail and damage by storm, and before winter comes, fills barns and cellars with His blessings." We need to wonder why so many of us find it easy to be thankful to other people for gifts of clothing or food, but hard to give thanks to the One who gave us everything. Lord, let us not wait until Thanksgiving to give You thanks. Amen.

(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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