Fun Features in Our Current Issue…

Boats of Note. Shell Lake is famous for the boats once manufactured here. One was rebuilt by volunteers for a great cause.

A Rolling Boil. Drive-thru service for pickup of hot chicken soup has Door County fans saying, “Boo-yah!”

Wagonload of Memories. This reader’s restoration gave new life to a dependable workhorse on wheels.

FB_booyah to go 1.jpg

Tina Gohr photo

Come See the Seaplanes. An AirVenture volunteer helps man the seaplane base, giving safe harbor to friends in aquatic aircraft.

Custom Fit, Built for Life. Comfortable as moccasins, Russell Boots have been handmade in Berlin for over 100 years.

Bless Her Pea-Packin’ Heart. Summer work at the cannery convinced her that a career in aquatic research would be sweeter.

Jim Peck photo

In Good Hands. Sheboygan art exhibit is unique and professionally displayed—thanks to a high school student who made it reality.

Back to School? This kid couldn’t wait! Dan Flannery recalls those dear old golden rule days in his first regular column.
FB_Hannah with Chairs.jpg

Daryl Anderson photo

This Gardener Really Rocks. Fountain City founder of Kinstone Megalithic Garden has created Wisconsin’s answer to Stonehenge.

Hay! Your Horse Is Loose! In Marinette County, this issue’s Prettiest Farm in Wisconsin features a most stately steed.

Cooking Up a Fast-Food Joint. Drive-ins were rare in the late 1940s. This reader’s father founded a popular one.
FB_1585 Paul and Betty Wilting.jpg

Mike Roemer photo

 You Can Join
Our Family of Readers

It's easy to do, and at a super-low rate. 

Inside Every Issue…

On the Wild Side—by Tom Davis

My Favorite Ma & Pa Restaurant

Wisconsin-themed Crossword

What's Cookin' in Wisconsin

Window on Wisconsin—reader submissions

Wiscon-Scenes—professional photography

The Big Picture—fold-out panorama

Reader Photo Contest 2021

Treasure Hunt 2021

Where's the W? Contest

Short Memories

Vintage Views

About the Cover: Under full sail on Lake Superior, this boat swept past photographer Bob Firth while he was kayaking near the Apostle Islands. “The image jumped out at me,” he says.