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Winter Sledding

It’s this time of the year when I harken back to the sleigh riding or sledding days on the Scheckel farm in the middle of Crawford County near Seneca. Home from school, do the chores of gathering eggs, feed and … Continue reading

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Cutting Wood

Every winter, in the 1940s and 1950s, we were in the woods cutting down trees on that 238-acre farm outside of Seneca, Wisconsin in the middle of Crawford County. After morning chores, down to the woods we’d go. We had … Continue reading

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New Book Out

Our latest science book had an official launch date yesterday, December 1. Available on Amazon.com and in Barnes and Noble, published by Tumblehome Learning. They just emailed and said they would like to publish our next two books.  Below is … Continue reading

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Excerpt from new book

QUESTION If you are weightless in space, would you be able to pick up heavy objects? ANSWER Objects in space may be weightless, but they still have mass. And it requires a force to move that mass. Newton’s Second Law … Continue reading

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New Book Just Out

Our latest science book I Always Wondered About That:101 Questions and Answers About Science and Other Stuff is now out. Our first shipment arrived a few days ago. It is available at Barnes and Noble stores and online at Amazon.com. … Continue reading

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Move the Hens

Early November marked the annual migration of the young laying hens (pullets) from their brooding house to their permanent hen house on the Scheckel farm near Seneca, in the heart of Crawford County, in the 1940s and 1950s. Baby chick … Continue reading

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  Israel Tour

Ann and I returned from Israel early this past week. Took a 9 day bus tour of the Holy Land with, a total of 13 people. We visited the major sites in Jerusalem; Mount of Olives, the Old City, Via … Continue reading

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