Monthly Archives: May 2004

Milwaukee Public Museum

By | Monday, May 24, 2004 at 11:27 pm

Kevin’s class went on a field trip today to the Milwaukee Public Museum. Sandy chaperoned and took a ton of pictures! Take a look. Hey Pam, I see YOU went to the museum recently too. Did you forget your camera?? I can’t find any of YOUR pictures on your website… And when did your spelling… Read More »

Kenosha Police Scanner

By | Monday, May 24, 2004 at 9:30 pm

There’s an awesome feature on KenoshaOnline.net that I recently discovered. It’s a Live Kenosha Police Scanner! It scans all of Kenosha’s Police and Fire frequencies live, and whenever anything happens you hear it all, right in your browser–anywhere in the world! I’ve been a scanner enthusiast since I was a kid, but have been having… Read More »

The Flood of 2004

By | Sunday, May 23, 2004 at 9:22 pm

Well, Geekette gave it a good name today. This entry’s title says it all. The headline on the front page of the Kenosha News today reads “Floodgates Have Opened – Kenosha County executive declares a state of emergency.” Yeah, there’s some water out there. I had a computer job in Illinois today, and I was… Read More »

Shirley’s Journey Begins

By | Saturday, May 22, 2004 at 9:01 am

Shirley Burbey (Beecher) passed away last night at 1:30am. She was a lifelong friend of my father’s, and his closest companion for the last several years. We will miss her a great deal. She is safe now, with no more pain, in God’s hands.