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  • These Sleds Are Made for Fun

    Last Updated: 11/15/2007

    In other parts of the world, a foot of snow dumped overnight and 40-below wind chill are sound reasons to pull the shades, crank up the heat, and turn on the television. But to some, snow is a precious natural resource because it means one thing: snowmobiling.

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  • Hitch A Ride

    Last Updated: 11/15/2007

    Love dogs? Love skiing? Try skijoring, a blend of cross-country skiing and dog sledding believed to have been created by enterprising Scandinavians who hitched their skis first to horses as a means of faster transport.

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  • Stage Magic

    Last Updated: 11/15/2007

    A visit to Ten Chimneys, the historic Genesee Depot estate of Broadway greats Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, will send you away feeling like a guest of the Lunts in the mid-1900s rather than a 21st-century tourist.

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  • Urban Weekend Getaway in the Capitol City

    Last Updated: 11/15/2007

    The free tour of Madison’s majestic state Capitol takes only an hour, but you’ll remember it for years to come. The Wisconsin statehouse ranks among the most impressive public buildings in the country, and for good reason.

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  • Flying Without Wings

    Last Updated: 11/9/2007

    Waiting for the go-ahead in the flight briefing room at the Annual Monroe Balloon Rally, I tried to be patient. Indiana Jones was afraid of snakes; my fear is of heights.

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  • Riding the Rails, Wisconsin-Style

    Last Updated: 11/9/2007

    This is snowboarding in Wisconsin, one of many ways to take advantage of our snowy winters. Wisconsin has plenty of resorts where you can have a snowboarding adventure—almost as many as Colorado!

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  • Bewitched by Bayfield

    Last Updated: 11/9/2007

    Far from urban cares and suburban sprawl, the tiny town of Bayfield is your winter gateway to Lake Superior and the magnificent Apostle Islands.

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  • Fall Means World-Class Musky, Salmon Action

    Last Updated: 10/3/2007

    Tangle with a trophy this fall! World-class Salmon and Musky action are available right now across the state. With little traffic on the water and fish fattening up for the winter, it's a great time to catch a monster.

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  • Travel Green: A Final Summer Fling in Door County

    Last Updated: 9/27/2007

    That's when I started to notice all the "green." The extra toilet paper in our bathroom was made of recycled materials. A window sticker said "Travel Green Certified."

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  • Travel Green: Wisconsin's Stewardship Legacy

    Last Updated: 9/26/2007

    Wisconsin's legacy of environmental responsibility traces back more than a century. It can be attributed to pioneers such Aldo Leopold, the father of wildlife management and Baraboo resident. Or, former governor Gaylord Nelson and his early life experiences in Wisconsin that led him to found Earth Day.

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