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Fun Features in Our Current Issue…

It’s All Up in the Air. A refurbished World War II plane is putting out the welcome sign in Deerbrook, inviting guests to stay overnight.

Buds ’n’ Suds. Things didn’t go according to plan for these teenage friends on a summer trip to Turtle Lake in 1950.

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Lisa Haefs photo

Tickled About Pickles. This grandson relishes carrying on a family tradition that’s been going strong since the 1910s.

The Sweet Smell of Success. An unforgettable visit to a lavender farm inspired a Wautoma couple to start their own.

Strike Up the Silliness! A Watertown marching band combines music and comedy to take their one-of-a-kind shows on the road.


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Life Lessons from Dad. This father’s gentle nature charmed kids and creatures alike in the town of Tomah.

The Freshest Fish. “Wisconsin’s most northern eating place” served up lasting memories from a wind-lashed island.

Tyke with a Bike. Carefree summer days with kids from the neighborhood were spent on a Huffy with its bread-loaf seat.

Get the Juicy Details! Grandma’s journals provide insight into an abundant cherry harvest near their farm in Fussville.

The Old West in Richland Center? A saddler blessed with horse sense set up an unusual Badger-state business.

Cast Your Vote. Take a look and vote for your favorite in the fourth and final category of our Reader Photo Contest: Wisconsin Scenery.

Michael Knapstein photo

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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: Ashley Johnson, 2022-2023 Miss Teen Rodeo Wisconsin, performs with the Rodeo City Riders at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days. This year’s event is August 13-15 in Cadott. Photo by Michael Knapstein of Middleton.

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