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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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  • Boutique Getaway in Delafield

    Last Updated: 8/31/2007

    While the outlying area has scores of big box stores and restaurants, downtown Delafield has retained its provincial qualities, hosting locally owned boutiques and eateries and bistros. Its upscale accommodation, the Delafield Hotel, another Williamsburg

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  • Effigy Mounds of Southern Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 8/29/2007

    As my wife and I crunched through fallen leaves, I felt a sense of peace. We were walking at Lizard Mound County Park, near West Bend, one of the best places in Wisconsin to see Indian effigy mounds.

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  • Fall in Big Bay State Park

    Last Updated: 8/22/2007

    It's been called one of Wisconsin's loveliest North Woods settings: Big Bay State Park on Madeline Island, the largest and most accessible of the Apostle Islands. Yet it remains somewhat unheralded among travelers - for now.

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  • Highway 51, Wisconsin's Own Route 66

    Last Updated: 8/16/2007

    Take a detour along Highway 51, Wisconsin's alternative to Route 66. The road rambles along from Hurley to Beloit offering eclectic small towns, Main Street shopping, rural scenery, and one-of-a-kind attractions. Highway 51 has it all and then some.

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  • The Perfect Mancation, a Fall Golf Getaway

    Last Updated: 8/9/2007

    Perfect weather. Smaller crowds. Off-season discounts. Just a few of the reasons why fall is prime-time for one final golf getaway before the clubs are stored for winter.

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  • Fall Color Road Trips: Southern Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 8/7/2007

    Fall color may be the reason, but there's so much more for leaf peepers to discover this season along these southern Wisconsin routes.

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  • Five Great "Only in Wisconsin" Food Tours

    Last Updated: 8/7/2007

    Unique food and drink traditions, fabulous events, and Wisconsin's most celebrated and prolific food products are at the heart of these five great tours.

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  • Diving for Great Lakes Shipwrecks

    Last Updated: 7/20/2007

    This isn't your average "trail". Through websites, interpretive signage, public presentations and shipwreck moorings, the Wisconsin Maritime Trail encourages divers, snorkelers, boaters and other adventure- and history-minded residents and tourists to explore these amazing resources and treasures.

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  • Six Great Trout Fishing Spots

    Last Updated: 7/1/2007

    Trout fishing in Wisconsin shares a bit of the mystique spawned by Richard Brautigan’s infamous novel Trout Fishing In America. The state's more than 10,000 miles of trout streams, creeks, and rivers are famous for cold, clean waters thick with trout and other game fish caught on the fly.

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