The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel July 31, 2014
PHOTOS •  TRAVEL •  OUTDOORS •  FOOD •  ARTS & CULTURE
Day Out
Dramatic gorge, waterfalls draw visitors to Pewits Nest
Nature’s waterpark takes center stage at state parks like Mirror Lake and Devil’s Lake and countless natural and recreation areas. But the nine-acre Pewits Nest is an especially gorgeous spot slightly off the beaten path.
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Day Out
A quiet bike ride on the Eisenbahn Trail
When I stumbled on the Kelley Country Creamery near Fond du Lac, I began looking for an excuse to travel that way. That’s when I happened upon the Eisenbahn Trail.
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Travel
Rhinelander is much more than its famous hodag
With more than 1,100 lakes, thousands of acres of public forest, miles of hiking trails, wonderful golf courses and storied history to share, there is much to savor in the Rhinelander area.
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History
Logging history runs deep in Wisconsin's Northwoods
With rich pine forests and the convenient artieries of Mississippi River tributaries and the Great Lakes, Wisconsin was an epicenter for logging in the 19th century.
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