It seemed fitting, given the lack of any snow/weather barrier in Spring Wisco, that we make the journey to Jo Momma's for breakfast, the closest restaurant to the cabin, and also conveniently located at the crossroads of County Road A and County Road H. After consuming some country skillets, pancakes and of course biscuits and gravy, we headed back to the cabin where we retired outside to the picnic table to bask in the sun and drink beer, a seemingly unfamiliar activity having not been to the cabin outside of December for years.
Following the ceremonial watching of Jackie Treehorn Presents: Logjammin', while consuming caucasians, we decided that boccé ball should be today's sport in the absence of being able to skate on the lake due to weather conditions. Several hours and many Hamm's Premium Lights later, after Ross and I had won the match, we had worked up quite the appetite. Venturing back to the cabin, we prepared some delicious venison steaks that the neighbor Mel had given me a few days prior, being sure to inform me that the deer were well fed and shot on his own property.
We returned to the ice for the next few hours to continue cancelling beers and playing frisbee while watching the beautiful Wisconsin sunset. At one point, Ross retrieved an ice chipper from the garage and we measured the ice depth at 2.5 feet where we were standing. A fantastic end to the last night of the inaugural Spring Wisco.