Peter Greenberg's Hidden Gems: Wisconsin, Architecture of the Nations
In the fourth video of a six-part series, travel expert and journalist Peter Greenberg explores Wisconsin's Native American structures and architecture that can be found and toured today and gives an inside look to modern Native American construction.
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Mississippi River Towns - Choose Your Adventure | Discover Wisconsin
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Simply put, the southern part of the Mississippi River in Wisconsin is breathtakingly gorgeous. Thread through charming small towns – like Genoa, Ferryville and Potosi – and take in the spectacular views of towering bluffs on one side and the majesty of the Mighty Mississippi on the other. Perhaps one of Wisconsin’s most underrated regions, the southwestern corner of the state offers umpteen opportunities to have some fun along the river. In Vernon County, stop by the Genoa National Fish Hatchery and then try your fishin’ luck at the nearby Clements Fishing Barge. Heading south to Crawford County, take a trip on the Celebration Belle and enjoy the sights and sounds at Sugar Creek Bluff State Natural Area. Brush up on your history when you tour the stunning Villa Louis on St. Feriole Island or round up the fam to attend Railroad Days at Stonefield Historic Site in Cassville. Satisfy your appetite with a cold brew at Potosi Brewing Company and meander through the wonderful farmers markets in places like Viroqua and Ferryville.
BigRigTravels LIVE! near Babcock to Edgar, Wisconsin trucking the backroads of Wisconsin-4/16/18
Signal returns between Meadow Valley and Babcock, Wisconsin going north on WI 173 to WI 80, then north to US 10, east briefly to WI 13, bypassing the main part of Marshfield on a city street, then north on WI 97 to WI 29 and east to where the signal goes out at Edgar, WI near the shipper in Marathon City, WI.
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Slice of LIfe with Veronica Harper Cave of the Mounds PART 2
Get ready to take a trip to one of Southwest Wisconsin's most beautiful and awe-inspiring natural wonders, The Cave of the Mounds. Located in the heart of South Wisconsin, the Cave of the Mounds offers a feast for the visual senses. The Cave of the Mounds is a breathtaking wonder of Wisconsin and is a rare sight to see; we'll show you some highlights of what we saw inside the cave. There is plenty to do above ground like trails, old-fashioned mining sleuths, wild life, countryside views, and prairie demonstration gardens among other activities.
Growing up as a globe traveller, Veronica knows travel! She has lived in and visited various countries including Cyprus, Malta, Egypt, the French West Indies, Canada and the United States, and has visited many cities in between. You'll get exclusive experiences when you join her in Slice of Life with Veronica Harper. Are you new in town? How about someone who just wants to know what's happening in your area? Come join us for behind the scenes, off the beaten path to cool and unique finds. Veronica will take you through fun filled adventures bringing you the latest in exciting discoveries. Anything is possible when you indulge in a Slice of Life with Veronica Harper! Come and see what everyone is talking about and join us for adventures in travel, food and fun!
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Sluicing at Cave of the Mounds
a little outdoor sluicing practice at Cave of the Mounds in Wisconsin
Episode 15: Bayfield County Wild Talks with Jennifer Maziasz of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National...
On this episode of Bayfield County Wild, co-hosts Nancy Christopher and Mary Motiff, Director of Bayfield County Tourism, talk about all the ways to explore and enjoy the ½ million acres of public lands and waterways in Bayfield County. Our special guest is Jennifer Maziasz, the recreation manager for the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in the Washburn Ranger District. Jen highlights top recreation areas in the forest and some of its unique ecosystems. Plus, the holidays are almost here! Mary tells us about the shopping opportunities and special events for November in Bayfield County.
The People’s Land
Here’s a wild stat: Not only is it the 2nd biggest county in the state, but half the land in Bayfield County is in public ownership! With all that open space to explore, it is a natural playground for recreation and solitude. There are more than 35 hiking trails, hundreds of miles of snowmobile and ATV trails, and of the 1,000 inlands lakes in Bayfield County, more than half have public access for watersports and winter fun. The county is home to many national treasures as well, including the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore & Gaylord Nelson Wilderness Area, Frog Bay Tribal National Park, the Iron River National Fish Hatchery and the Whittlesey Creek National Wildlife Refuge.
One of Bayfield’s most recognized treasures are the Sea Caves, part of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Public access is available on land and by water. The hiking trail at Meyer’s Beach takes visitors above the sea caves, where the caves can be seen any time of year. In the winter, when the water freezes, visitors can sometimes walk out on the ice to the sea caves. There are three ways to check on sea caves’ ice conditions: the official Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Facebook page, the Ice Line at 705-779-3397, extension 3 and the National Apostle Islands National Lakeshore website.
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Jennifer Maziasz is the recreation manager for the northernmost district of the forest. An astounding 83 percent of Bayfield County is forested and according to Jen, you can find a little bit of everything in the woods - miles of trails for motorized snowmobiles, ATVS, hiking, biking and horseback riding, waterfalls and unique ecosystems like the Moquah Pine Barrens. A globally imperiled ecosystem, the Barrens are home to lots of wildlife including the sharptail grouse and also wildflowers that provide important habitat to monarch butterflies and migratory birds. It’s also one of the best places for blueberry picking in the summer.
Jen tells us about the Valhalla Recreation Area with its groomed cross-country ski trails, ATV and snowmobile trails and trails for the increasingly popular fat bike riding. She also highlights Long Lake, a quiet, beautiful lake popular for fishing, swimming and paddling.
Hunting and fishing is allowed in the national forest but does require a permit from the Wisconsin DNR. While most of the forest can be publicly accessed, there are some restrictions that visitors should be aware of. To find out about what is public and what is not, fees, permits, maps and anything else, Jen advises visitors to stop by the Washburn Ranger District, the WI DNR station in Ashland or the Northern Great Lakes Visitors Center. There is also information on the website for the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest at fs.usda.gov/cnnf.
Nov. 2-3: Red Wine Weekend at Old Rittenhouse Inn
Nov. 2-6: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Mt. Ashwaby Ski and Board Swap
Nov. 3: Holidaze Wine & Spirits Dinner
Nov. 9-10: Christmas Open House at the Apple Branch Shoppe
Nov. 18: Oulu Glass Holiday Show
Nov. 23 – Dec. 10: Holiday Shop Hop
Nov. 23: Holiday Tree Lighting at Garmisch Resort
Nov. 24: Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony and Wassail Concert
Nov. 24: Island Holiday Boutique
View the full schedule of events on our website and Facebook page.
Next month, we’ll talk to Sue Vojacek about Oulu Glass Gallery and their holiday glassblowing demonstrations.
Antique Garden Inn The Antique Garden Inn welcomes you to the north woods of Wisconsin for a special experience of quiet escape mixed with as many varied activities as you care to indulge in. There are footpaths winding through 9 acres of stunning forest with stately white pines, hemlocks, cedars and numerous wildlife species. On the remaining 4 acres, the house and outbuildings are surrounded by gardens, wildflowers, a small orchard and wild berry bushes, creating a haven for birds and butterflies.
Timber Baron Inn
The Timber Baron Inn is your peaceful forest get-away. Enjoy stunning views of Lake Superior, Pikes Bay, and the Pikes Creek Valley. The Inn sits at the foot of Mt. Ashwabay, providing guests premiere...
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