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Foggy Days

Fog can envelop the Mississippi Valley any time of year, but there’s something especially magical about those fall mornings when the air is colder than the water and wisps of mist drift up from the river. Those are the mornings I reach for a heavy jacket, fill my thermos with fresh coffee, and pick a spot to […]

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Sinnippi Wisconsin

The flat path along the backwaters at today’s Fenley State Recreation Area was originally one of the main streets for the town of Sinnippi (a word that apparently means “lead ore” in an unspecified Native American language). The town was settled in 1831 by Payton Vaughn; by 1839 the town had a thousand residents and several thriving […]

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Picture of the Day: The Road on Potosi Point

The narrow road on Potosi Point, WI at sunset. (Photo taken March 2015). See more photos here.

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