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Fun Features in Our Current Issue…

Coming Out on Top. Watercross snowmobilers in Grantsburg agree, you can’t win the race if you’re on the bottom!

Duds and Suds. Grandma goes through the wringer—and other lessons—teaching the ins and outs of laundry day.

Beaver Tales. Retired DNR conservationist’s truck ride with unusual passengers leaves a lasting memory...and a mark.


Courtesy of Olivia McNally

A Colorful Yarn. Mission project keeps Stevens Point knitter in stitches...and infants in Africa snug and cozy.

Ramble in the Brambles. This dog owner and her loyal sidekick honed the art of picking wild berries as a team.

Standing Strong. Volunteer docent at a lighthouse on Rock Island enlightens visitors and weathers some wild storms.

Class Act. A day on the farm takes on new meaning for students who learn in a barn, greenhouse and more.

Catering to Customers. Every day’s a holiday at this homey cafe that’s at the heart of its Northwoods community.

Cynthia Rodeback photo

All Together Now. Brass band of Watertown brings back the sounds of Civil War-era music through noteworthy performances.

Off Course. Canoe excursion didn’t go exactly according to plan for this Girl Scout and other intrepid “Trippers”.

What’s that Smell? Another burned meal in Wisconsin Rapids, where a mom was prone to cooking blunders but found ways to laugh at them.

Jerry Davis photo

Air Show in Almena. A fighter jet pilot’s roaring return to his humble hometown didn’t please everybody.

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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

Where's the W? Contest

Short Memories

Vintage Views

ABOUT OUR COVER: The Milky Way glows in the summer sky above Smith Rapids Bridge in Price County. The bridge is one of a few covered bridges in Wisconsin and is a popular spot for tourists. It’s located on Rustic Road 105 in the Chequamegon- Nicolet National Forest. Photo by Dave Miess of Lac du Flambeau.

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