Spring is here and the sight of kids flying kites at the park is a common scene. But have you ever flown a kite in the snow? Bruce Stewart has.
Critters invading a home is always annoying. But rats, well that’s something else altogether. Jill Quinn shares her experience.
Sometimes just taking a few steps away from the buildings and cars of urban sprawl can reveal a break from the concrete and asphalt where a river can find its way.
161 years ago Wisconsin’s first mountain lion met its end, and that’s where our story begins. B.J. Hollars reveals the felines chronicle, after its death.
When I moved here six years ago from Nebraska, I was prepared for the Packers, the cheese, and the snow. I wasn’t prepared for the jargon. What were cabins, cottages, lake houses, and places “up north”?
Twenty-five years ago, we moved onto our 1 1/2 acres just outside Manitowoc city limits and took Ownership of the land. What once was a sandy-soiled Wisconsin potato farm was now a grassy lawn dotted with trees tall and small planted by some previous owner.