I’ve had the honor of experiencing some truly stunning, historically interesting and even exotic places in Wisconsin—some well-known, others well off the beaten path. But there’s one locale that piqued my interest the minute I stumbled across it online a couple of years back: It’s called Stout’s Island Lodge and it’s located in Barron County in northwestern Wisconsin (about 30 miles south of Hayward).
Wisconsin boasts 15,000 gorgeous lakes, and owning a lake home to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life is part of the ultimate American dream. Making this dream a reality is a little easier to obtain financially with these five money-saving ideas from RE/MAX INTEGRA, Midwest. Go to the river, the channel or up on a bluff. Prime real estate comes at a cost, and you can get a better deal for your piece of paradise if you are willing to go a little off the beaten path. If you’re willing to consider a property that sits on
Juan Quezada achieved the American dream right here in America’s Dairyland. Quezada grew up in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, before immigrating to the U.S. and joining Milk Source in the early 90’s. Milk Source is a multi-generational farm that operates dairies, animal-care facilities and cropland in Wisconsin, Michigan and Kansas with their company headquartered in Kaukauna. The video highlights Quezada’s rise to director of safety, recruiting and training. Quezada now travels around the world to give presentations about safety on dairy farms. “Juan Quezada is a highly regarded safety and training director in our business. Over the years he’s grown along
In Wisconsin, winter can last three to five months (some years maybe longer). Many of us tend to stay indoors and hide from the cold, wind and snow. It’s time to break that habit. Enter ice fishing in Wisconsin.