While in Two Rivers, we visited the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum.
A zebra was first spotted at an antique store in Cedarburg, WI. Somehow that same zebra made his way to Highcliff State Park.
The Dime A Dance vintage boutique located in the Cedar Creek Settlement offers apparel, hats, jewelry, linens, textiles and antiques from a bygone era. We found the lady minding the store a real charmer.
Jimmy “The Popcorn Man” Fortunato operates his Cedarberg popcorn wagon of yesteryear year round. This is no microwave or hot air popcorn! This is the real thing popped right on the premises in his wagon.
The Java House is located in the heart of historic downtown Cedarburg, WI.
While on the road, we met someone who appeared to be happily hauling home his new found treasure. Wish it was a Hupmobile.
A mural depicting wildlife in Wisconsin is painted under the walking bridge at Leinenkugel’s Brewery.
The door is all that is left of the original spring house of the Leinenkugel Brewery.
While patronizing the privy at Big Honza’s restaurant in Montgomery, MN, I had this funny feeling that I was being watched.
Autocross consists of driving a course defined by traffic cones set up on a large parking lot or small track. Drivers are timed as they run the course one at a time. Penalty seconds are added for hitting a cone. Cars are grouped into performance classes and quickest times win.