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Roadside In Wisconsin

by Scott Shetleyon September 28, 2015
Roadside in Wisconsin will be a, sort of, travel blog. Basically it will be snippets of information of beautiful roadside locations in Wisconsin. Pull over (safely of course) and take a picture or enjoy the roadside beauty. This weeks “Roadside In Wisconsin” blog is a particularly favorite spot of mine in my local area of […]

Live on King Street Music Series

by Zach Johnsonon July 22, 2014
It was a beautiful night for the first of the Live on King Street Series with a band called tUnE-yArDs. Marking the start of the third annual series of concerts that are held on select Fridays on King Street outside the Majestic Theatre, this concert was rumored to be the most attended of all previous […]

The International Crane Foundation

by Zach Johnsonon July 17, 2014
Created in 1973 by Ron Sauey and George Archibald, the International Crane Foundation, or ICF, has been around ever since working on a single mission, saving and educating about cranes. Located just north of Baraboo and south of the Wisconsin Dells, it is the only place in the world that houses all 15 crane species, […]

Frisbee Golf Wisconsin: Winter Park, Kewaunee

by Zach Johnsonon July 14, 2014
Disc Golfing, Frolfing, or Frisbee Golf is growing in popularity, and there are 185 courses in Wisconsin alone. But, the one course that I would recommend most highly is Winter Park in Kewuaunee, WI. This course has 27 holes! Located on a winter ski hill, this course winds up and down the hill, through the pines, […]

Wisconsin Dells offering new attractions to lure tourists

by nikkier19on July 6, 2014
As if being known as “The Waterpark Capital of the World” wasn’t enough, Wisconsin Dells has stepped things up a notch by adding several new attractions to lure tourists, as reported in the Star Tribune. Paul Bunyan’s Northwoods Lumberjack Show, a 75-minute show that includes comedy, history, lumberjack skills and athletics, is just one of […]

Wisconsin Traditions: Drive-in Theaters

by Shawna Parlinon May 5, 2014
One of my favorite Wisconsin childhood memories involved going to the drive-in theater for summertime entertainment. My parents would load us kids up in the car along with blankets, canned soda pop, and Twizzlers. Mom would pop popcorn to bring along. We had an air pop popcorn maker and she’d run that machine until the bag was […]