Monthly Archives: June 2012

International Crane Foundation

For the past year, photographer Tom Lynn has been busy documenting the restored prairie at the International Crane Foundation. His work is published in the book “Bloom” The Story of Ecosystem Restoration, which will be available for purchase at the … Continue reading

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Chocolate craving cure

Burlinton’s ChocolateFest is a great little hometown festival in Wisconsin – similar to Wisconsin’s many other summer festivals, with music, entertainment, carnival games, rides and an assortment of fried foods. The chocolate, however, kicks this one up a notch. The … Continue reading

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Rookie mistakes at Devil’s Lake

No matter how much you plan,  most camping outings are rife with gaffes, oversights and lapses in judgment. Our four-day trip to Devil’s Lake State Park had all that. But the great thing about camping is that you kind of expect … Continue reading

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