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  • Exploring Gays Mills

    Last Updated: 4/2/2008

    At first glance, Gays Mills in southwestern Wisconsin seems almost too good to be true. This serene pocket of paradise is rich with dense apple groves, glassy-smooth creeks, open meadows, hardwood forests, and small-town charm.

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  • “Inviting People Back to Our Land”

    Last Updated: 4/2/2008

    Wisconsin has the most Native American tribes east of the Mississippi. Find out more about cultural travel opportunities for each of the 11 tribes here.

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  • Steelhead Fishing Primer

    Last Updated: 3/11/2008

    Steelhead are one of the most exciting of Wisconsin's game fish, and springtime means a rare opportunity to tie into one of these bruisers from shore.

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  • Track Down A Crowning Treasure

    Last Updated: 2/29/2008

    Try hunting for shed deer antlers this spring! It's one of the best times to find these prizes of the woods, as well as a great way to enjoy the forest. Get instructions and insider tips from an experienced pro in this article.

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  • Travel Green in Door County

    Last Updated: 1/17/2008

    Door County is one of Wisconsin’s top destinations to “travel green.” Five state parks, hundreds of miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, and businesses dedicated to sustainable practices make it an ideal location for anyone.

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  • Sturgeon Bay for the Holidays

    Last Updated: 11/16/2007

    Door County’s Sturgeon Bay has more to offer than summer fun. If you're looking for a holiday getaway, you'll find great tips on where to go and what to do here.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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