Fall/Winter daytrip itineraries – Shawano, WI

Exploring Shawano County! Wisconsin, daytrip itinerary

Needing a little getaway to avoid the upcoming winter blues?  Having a hard time finding something unique to do that isn’t a “seasonal” activity?  How about a trip to Shawano County, Wisconsin? Here’s my itinerary for my two days & one night in Shawano County!  You could easily mix and match to make a one … Read more

“Family Fun” – daytrip itinerary for Kenosha, WI

Family Fun Day trip itinerary - Kenosha, WI

Are you considering a trip to Kenosha, Wisconsin?  There are so many great things to see and do there any time of year!  I’ve put together a couple suggested itineraries for different types of visitors heading to Kenosha based on my recent adventures in the area.  In case you missed it, here is my itinerary … Read more

Jelly Belly Visitor Center – Pleasant Prairie, WI

Jelly Belly Visitor Center, Pleasant Prairie, WI

I’ve been posting about our adventures in Kenosha from the awesome museums, a night at PUBLIC Craft Brewing Co, shopping at Mars Cheese Castle, and breakfast at Choo-Choo Charlie’s, but lets not forget about the amazing Jelly Belly Visitor Center in Pleasant Prairie!! The Jelly Belly Visitor Center is such a fun place to visit … Read more

Visiting the Museums in Kenosha, WI

MUSEUMS of Kenosha, WI

I LOVE Museums.  Not just for the content in them, but I have developed an odd eye for details unrelated to the content at all.  I attribute my “critical eye” to a museum studies course I took back in college.  (If you ever have a chance to take a class or hear a lecture on … Read more

Mars Cheese Castle – Kenosha, WI

Mars Cheese Castle - Kenosha, WI

If you’ve ever driven along Highway 41 between Milwaukee and Chicago, you’ve probably seen the Mars Cheese Castle building in Kenosha.  It is highly visible from the road, and with its distinct sign and architecture, it’s almost certain to catch your eye.  But, have you stopped to check it out? Every time I drive past … Read more

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