10 Best Tourist Attractions in Oklahoma City
10 Best Tourist Attractions in Oklahoma City
Super 8 Neillsville WI, Neillsville, United States - Photos & Price
Lowest price guarantee! Super 8 Neillsville WI
Neillsville Country Club is just 5 minutes’ walk from this Wisconsin hotel. It features a heated indoor pool and hot tub and offers free Wi-Fi in every room.
Latitude 44.55254, Longitude -90.580289, zip WI 54456, County United States, City Neillsville, Address 1000 E Division Street Highway 10
Riverside Park in Janesville, Wisconsin
Take a late afternoon drive through Riverside Park in Janesville, Wisconsin. Taped on November 2, 2015 for JATV Media Services by Duane Brewer.
Bloomington Minnesota Farmers Market
Bloomington Farmers Market
Weekly event emphasizes fresh and local foods.
Bloomington Civic Plaza - East parking lot
1800 West Old Shakopee Road
Saturdays, June 9 - October 13, 2012
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
November 10 and December 8, 2012
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
The Bloomington Farmers Market is a weekly gathering in which farmers, growers and producers sell their own products directly to the public, allowing consumers to have a direct relationship with the producer of the items they purchase. The market emphasizes quality and freshness.
At the market you will find a great variety of fresh locally grown produce as well as cut flowers, meat, cheese, honey, maple syrup, berries, fresh baked goods, jams and jellies, pickles, coffee, smoothies, kettle corn and unique art. There are more than 40 vendors each week at the market!
The market also features music and special activities.
Apple Orchard near Yellowstone Lake, Wisconsin Best Produce around
Talk to Larry early in the Morning or late at night. 523-4458
The view is worth the trip. The best apples around. Great deals on Puimpkins, Squash, and Gourds.
Equine Estate for sale Hancock, WI
W11668 Diggles Lane - Hancock, WI - SOLD
The ultimate country setting for this Equestrian Estate! This large Chalet style Log faced home boasts 5 Bedrooms and 2.5 Bathrooms. The 20 acre property sits on 400+ feet of frontage on Crooked Lake in Waushara County. The wooded setting creates something for everyone! Whether you enjoy the lakefront setting, Horseback riding, or recreational activities- this property has it all.
The home itself has a great front porch to enjoy wildlife. Once inside you are welcomed by an open concept kitchen and dining room. The kitchen has a wood stove, large central island, perfect for entertaining, many oak cabinets as well as an oversized pantry for storage. The spacious living room has vaulted ceilings and a two-story wood burning Stone fireplace to cozy up to. Additionally the wall of windows and entrance to the screened-in back porch take the great outdoor setting and make it feel inside. The main floor also has the master bedroom and full bathroom, laundry room with Electrolux standing washer and dryer, and a powder room. Up the open staircase from the living room you will find a lofted library that leads into a long bonus room space. Your lower level has a rec room with walkout access to the backyard, four bedrooms, and an office. This 3000+ sq ft home utilizes two furnaces however both of the fireplace and stove can heat the entire main floor
Ideal Equine Amenities include the Amish crafted 20x40 horse barn which has all wood construction with steel roof. 4 Horse stalls 10'x12' with rubber floor mats, gravel drainage as well as electrical outlets for heated water buckets. Custom Amish crafted sliding doors and custom built wood doors on the tack room and utility room. Utility and Tack rooms are insulated. Tack room has built in saddle racks. Interior of barn is finished with lighting throughout. Concrete Isle way. Built in cabinets for medicine and/or grooming tools. 200 amp electric service with 30 and 50 amp RV hook up. Hay loft above can hold approximately 420 small square bales. Solar Powered Electric Fence, Riding ring, and pasture for your friends to roam about!
Recreationally retreat to the woods with Bow hunting & fishing. Close to Glacial Trail and hiking on state land. Other features include Trails throughout property, Gardens, Apple Trees, Berry bushes, plus a Chicken and/or Goat shed. Private setting in Hancock, Wisconsin. Central location between Wautoma and Stevens Point off of Hwy 39.
This property is an absolute must see to believe. Call Shellady Udoni at 715-281-8867 to see the property for yourself!
Visit Wichita | Public at the Brickyard | Great Food & A Fun Atmosphere
When you are traveling to Wichita, you have to check out eatery, Public at the Brickyard. This restaurant is a great place for lunch, offering sliders, pizza and more delicious food. Their menu gets a little more extravagant come dinnertime, making it the perfect place for a date or outing! Public at Brickyard is located in the Old Town entertainment district so there is plenty to do when you stop by. The next time you are taking a trip in Wichita, check out Public at the Brickyard at 129 North Rock Island Road.
VisitWichita.com is your home for all things Wichita. Planning your vacation or weekend getaway? We have renowned museums, several niche restaurants with unique dining experiences and a vibrant nightlife. Looking for a place to hold your next conference? We have a variety of venues to meet your business needs and many conveniently located luxury hotels. With a state-of-the-art airport, flying into Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport is a breeze, and you can enjoy the all-glass jet bridges connecting the terminal to the airplane – the only airport in the nation to feature this architectural design. Once you get here, we have plenty of ways to get around, and the free Q Line Trolley is one of the best ways to travel to all the hot spots in downtown Wichita. We also have Uber and Lyft drivers. If you prefer to sightsee the city, there are several bike rental stations. While sightseeing, a must-visit is the Keeper of the Plains; it’s one of the most unique art sculptures in the world. If you travel to Wichita, it’s a must see!
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Black River - South Jean: 'Lost' Canoe Route
Leah and I headed to the Algonquin Highlands for the May long weekend to rediscover and open a lost canoe route. The route starts off over a well traveled area before descending down the rarely paddled Black River where we were greeted by plenty of wildlife including moose, otters, beavers and muskrats. The great unknown was the series of portages connecting the Black to South Jean Creek and back to the Frost Centre. Thankfully the old portages (disused since the early 90's) were mostly intact and we only had to bushwhack a few short sections. A longer but (straightforward) portage can skip the bushwhack. We can safely conclude that the lost canoe route has been found and you should add it to your list of routes to do! This seldom traveled area avoids the crowds and even contains some brief sections of easy whitewater.