Right when we needed a little shot in the arm of something good, mother nature delivered. Did you see Lake Monona the first half of this week? Better yet, did you skate on Lake Monona? It was five miles of glass. It wasn’t the earliest freeze on record but it was the most beautiful. Or was it? What, scientifically speaking, needs to happen for ice this perfect? Or is this once in a lifetime?
Well for more, guest host Andy Moore spoke with the definitely-real and not-at-all made up “Dr. Frank Peppin” from the “Beloit Oceanographic Institute.”
The story, all names, characters, and incidents portrayed in this production are fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased) or institutes (located in Beloit or elsewhere) are intended or should be inferred. No Culvers were eaten in the making of this segment.