Wisconsin State Natural Areas

 

I'm planning to start work on a POI file for Wisconsin's State Natural Areas which the Wisconsin DNR describes as "areas that protect outstanding examples of Wisconsin's native landscape of natural communities, significant geological formations and archeological sites." I didn't realize the scope of this project at the beginning but will still give it a try.

https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Lands/NaturalAreas/

I will appreciate any suggestions, corrections, requests for early processing of your favorite county, etc. in this forum thread.

The POI file: http://www.poi-factory.com/node/50721

I've

only been to Kenosha and it seemed like a nice place. I know Snap On is headquarted there and I found it interesting one could buy bratwurst and cheese curds in a truck stop. Also for some reason, that was the first time I ever saw say a gas price of $1.599 and then it says with car wash. Maybe without $1.999.

There was a really good breakfast place maybe called Frank's there, it lived up to what we saw on Food Network...

Wisconsinites are from Mars, Chicagoans from Venus

johnnatash4 wrote:

I've only been to Kenosha and it seemed like a nice place. I know Snap On is headquarted there and I found it interesting one could buy bratwurst and cheese curds in a truck stop....

My subject is a book title, isn't it?

For those wondering, here is WI's Mars: https://www.marscheese.com/

Learn more from Charlie:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UConQeJRfaLwJ9LbXBS5nhxQ

For The Last 30 Years,

we have made the trip to Milwaukee for the Irish Fest, held on the 3rd weekend of August at Henry Maier Park in Downtown Milwaukee, right on the lake. One of our must stops in Kenosha on the way home is the Mars Cheese Castle. When we first started going back in 1990, it was a little hole in the wall. Now, it has expanded into a major supermarket type of place.

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I vote for CraigW for next week's COW. He has been putting a lot of effort into this POI file with frequent updates, along with all of his other valuable contributions to POI Factory. Thanks Craig!

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