ogan Sobieck has been gone from Wisconsin for just over two years, in a month he will be back home for good.
Sobieck, 22 has had enough of life in the sticks, just this past week he has announced his homecoming. Although he has not yet spoken to his employer about his plan, his intention is to notify them tomorrow of his impending departure. He will work for his present firm for another three weeks and then leave for Wisconsin with his Honda Accord and his expected arrival date to be on or near August 15th. Sobieck also owns an older truck which will be trailered home by a friend of his later. When asked why he has made such a drastic decision, he could only say that he was sick of it there and though he could do better at home. Probing deeper I asked him if he was just a little afraid of staying there because there are just too many bullies there that
A katandmick photo
A katandmick photo
Wyoming Gas Co.
The scene two years a go when Sobieck left from the airport headed to Wyoming
want to beat him up. He replied that indeed he was frightened and has had enough of the bullies in Wyoming, in fact the whole state if full of bullies. Even the women are bullies and he couldn't find and nice girl that didn't bullie him there. He will leave behind no love interests according to the gas utility construction worker who thinks he
has a better chance of finding a nice girl back in good old Wisconsin rather than half was across the country in the land of bullies.
Sobieck when asked what he will do when he returns to the Badger state suggested that he could work at the Robertson Dairy Farm for a while until he finds meaningful work in the industry he is trained in. Sobieck says he has already spoken to one of the sons of the Robertson Brothers about returning to work at the farm and Aaron Robertson says they have given him the green light to make the comeback to the agricultural mecca located in the Town of Oneida on County Road E. Sobieck has worked at the milk producing operation before after high school and is well versed in the farm life and it's duties.
Sobieck was recently beat up by a bullie in Wy
Sobieck learned the operation of the equipment fast and was able to adapt to working with the migrant labor employed on the farm well, by entertaining them with his pants tricks other antics he is so famous for.
Sobieck was asked in the telephone interview on Saturday if he will live with his parents when he
Sobieck entertains migrant labor on the farm
returns. A look of intense concern washed over the face of Eileen "Trixie" Sobieck as she waited for his response not wanting to appear inhospitable, but also not looking forward to loosing her status along with her husband Kevin as empty nesters . After a short silence Sobieck said he had already made plans to stay with his brother Justin who mysteriously lives somewhere already in Hobart and will share the rent with him.
T-RAT OUTING MENU CHANGED TO NO COOKING
The annual Wisconsin Timer Rattler outing which always featured grilled food will this year only offer cold entree. The plan according to the Kat is for everyone to bring their own Sub Sandwiches and a dish to pass. There will be no cooking so don't bring any meat to cook, call the Kat if you need more information 920-869-2368.