We are experiencing the joy and exhaustion of big winter storm in central Wisconsin. Of high importance whenever it snows is to make sure we shovel out the fire hydrant nearest to our house. Before … After …
When the world around you looks like this at the start of your shift, what operation problems and patient complaints do you anticipate? Wet, heavy snow and high winds.
For the lack of posts and updates is excuses and a plain and simple I have been busy with other things. Sorry. Until next time … it’s still snowing in Wisconsin.
I hunted opening weekend (the weekend before Thanksgiving) and closing weekend (just Sunday morning after Thanksgiving) when I took this photo. I also was able to hunt one afternoon during the December antlerless only hunt. I saw some deer, but didn’t take any shots. Our group did OK. We all saw deer and harvested a […]
Three things I don’t like to do in May: 1. Shovel the driveway 2. Run the furnace 3. Wear neoprene booties while cycling Thankfully I only needed to do two out of three today. Hopefully I am safe from number one since the shovel is stowed away in the shed until October.
Everyday EMS Tips readers: Magnum Boots USA has given me a pair of boots to giveaway. Make sure you read to the end of the post for details on how to enter through Twitter or by leaving a comment with this post. Elite Force 8.0 WPI Boots Boots are an essential piece of equipment for […]
I drove by as this video on shoveling tips was being filmed by an Affinity Health physical therapist. Three thoughts: 1. They were filming with a Flip UltraHD Camcorder (Amazon Link). Considering the falling snow and outdoor setting the picture quality and sound pick-up are excellent. 2. At the 1:38 mark in the video you […]
A few hours after bar time our volunteer squad was paged out for a snowmobile rider that had hit a tree. As I left my house for the station I grabbed my parka, ski pants, and a headlamp. It was snowing lightly and the temperature was a little below zero (fahrenheit). We responded to the […]