Month: July 2013

YELLOWSTONE | FISHING BRIDGE

YELLOWSTONE | FISHING BRIDGE

The Fishing Bridge was opened in 1937 and it is where, duh, a lot of people used to fish. These fisherman practically depleted the population of fish in the river and the bridge was closed to fishing in 1973.  Today it is used as a […]

The Don Q Inn

The Don Q Inn

The Don Q Inn is a hotel located in Dodgeville, Wisconsin and also proudly presented in the Weird Wisconsin book. Other places I’ve visited in Weird Wisconsin include House on the Rock and the Pink Elephant. There are so many more places that I’d like […]

A Little City Called New Glarus

A Little City Called New Glarus

Located way off in the middle of nowhere in Wisconsin, my friend and I drove to a little city called New Glarus. Also known as America’s Little Switzerland and home to, my favorite, New Glarus Brewery. New Glarus was established as a Swiss Colony in […]

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Preservation

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Preservation

The weekend following the Fourth of July celebrations my friend, Amanda, and I traveled all the way to south-western Wisconsin to a little city known as Spring Green. Spring Green is home to a famous architect and also home to a very eclectic collector.  This […]

Highlights from Racine’s Fourth of July Parade

Highlights from Racine’s Fourth of July Parade

These are the highlights from Racine’s Fourth of July Parade.

Wind Point Lighthouse

Wind Point Lighthouse

These are the photographs I took last week at the Wind Point Lighthouse.