Looking for something different to do this weekend? You might want to check out The Baker House, a 17,000 square-foot, 30-room mansion in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. I’ve been interested in attending a Victorian tea at the mansion for quite some time, ever since I first heard about the fun events that regularly take place on […]
Spring has returned to the Midwest, and with it, lots of motivation for regularly updating this website. I’ve been busy with several projects, but will hopefully have more time to devote to Midwestern Adventures this spring and summer. With the warmer weather comes a lot more opportunities for travel, of course. Welcome spring! Moose seems […]
When winter rears its frigid head, Wisconsin knows how to make the most of it. Check out this article I wrote for Northwest Quarterly Magazine on some of the best places/things to do in southern Wisconsin during the winter season. http://oldnorthwestterritory.northwestquarterly.com/2014/02/winter-wanderings-in-wisconsin/
It’s winter once again, and with the season comes opportunities to capture the Midwest’s frozen landscapes. I will periodically update this post with new pictures.
Despite the fact that I’ve lived in the Midwest (Chicagoland area) for most of my life (except for the years I spent living in Asia), I have a hard time with the colder seasons. At times I’ve said I was meant to be living in a warmer climate. But fate of course, had other plans. […]
I’m an avid reader of fantasy novels. Some of my favorite authors are Tolkien and Lewis. So when my aunt told me about a village in Wisconsin dedicated to trolls, I knew I had to check it out. I recently packed up my husband one sunny weekend and we headed off on our troll quest. […]