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Wisconsin Waterfalls
This travel guide documents 185 waterfalls in Wisconsin (more than we could find documented in any other publication or listing) with GPS coordinates for every one of them! Also included are 37 spillways and rapids that are especially beautiful (also with GPS coordinates). Each site has a full description of what you can expect to see, along with explicit detailed driving and walking directions on how to get to each site. Travel guide lies flat when opened to any page... even with folded back. Every site is spotted on a county map to make it even easier for driving to the proper location. Photos of the site, along with Google Earth maps, walking trail information, and numerous other helpful hints on waterfalling make this travel guide essential for everyone who wants to marvel at the beauty of Wisconsin Waterfalls!
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· Item ID: 1187

Best Rail Trails Wisconsin, More than 50 Rail Trails Throughout the State
By Phil Van Valkenberg. Best Rail Trails Wisconsin is the complete guide to walking, jogging, biking, and cross-country skiing more than fifty of the best rail trails in the state that pioneered America's rail trail phenomenon. Written by a local author with expert knowledge of the region, this easy-to-use book provides mile-by-mile descriptions of the most popular rural and urban rail trails in the Badger State, from the Osaugie Trail and the Elroy-Sparta State Trail to the Madison area's wealth of options and Milwaukee's surprisingly secluded Oakleaf Trail. Paperback. 183 pages.
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· Item ID: 1156


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Breweries of Wisconsin 2nd edition
By Jerry Apps. The story of the Dairy State's other major industry —- beer! From the immigrants who started brewing here during territorial days to the modern industrial giants, this is the history, the folklore, the architecture, the advertising, and the characters that made Wisconsin the nation's brewing leader. Updated with the latest trends on the Wisconsin brewing scene. This second edition of Jerry Apps's popular history of brewing in the Badger State brings the story up to the present. Winner of: Distinguished Service to History: Award of Merit, Wisconsin Historical Society and Outstanding Literary Achievement Award, Wisconsin Library Association. Paperback. 306 pages. 7" W x 10" H. 16 color pages, 100 B&W illustrations.
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· Item ID: 312

Cafe Wisconsin, A Guide to Wisconsin's Down-Home Cafes
By Joanne Raetz Stuttgen. Mashed potatoes and rhubarb pie. . . . Let's eat! Cafe Wisconsin returns in a new, updated version that provides a sure-bet guide to Wisconsin's best small town, home-cooking cafes. For this second edition, author Joanne Raetz Stuttgen traveled more than 12,000 miles in six months, revisiting old business districts and main streets in search of the ultimate cafe, the perfect slice of homemade pie, and the meaning of life in Wisconsin's down-home cafes. Featuring 133 cafes, with another 100 Next Best Bets alternatives, Cafe Wisconsin is every hungry traveler's guide to real mashed potatoes, melt-in-your-mouth hot beef, from-scratch baked goods, and colorful coffee klatches. At the counter of aptly named cafes like the Coffee Cup, Main Street, and Chatterbox, you'll laugh with owners, shake dice with customers, and find the authentic taste and flavor of Wisconsin. Paperback. 392 pages. 10 maps. 6" x 9".
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· Item ID: 303


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Day Trips from Milwaukee, Getaways Less Than Two Hours Away
By Martin Hintz and Daniel Hintz. A guide book to hundreds of fascinating things to see and do within two hours of Milwaukee, from exploring the Honey Acres museum to trekking along the Ice Age Trail. Enjoy a welcome change of pace and discover a world you may not know exists in your own backyard. Day Trips describes hundreds of fascinating and exciting (and many free of charge) things to do within a two-hour drive of Milwaukee. Hike in the glacial hills and valleys at Pike Lake State Park. Learn the history of flight at the Air Adventure Museum & Pioneer Airport. See a 1,600-pound candy bar at the annual Chocolate Festival in Burlington. Each Day Trip includes: travel directions; destination highlights; other places to visit along the way; choice restaurants and lodging (including price ranges); shopping. Paperback. 288 pages.
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· Item ID: 287

Eating Well in Wisconsin - Revised!
By Jerry Minnich. From the sour cherry pies of Door County to the Cornish pasties of Mineral Point, from Friday night catfish fries on the Great Mississippi to elegant dining on the shore of Lake Michigan, this revised guide to the best Wisconsin restaurants has something for everyone. More than 250 restaurants are described with helpful cross-listings identifying the best restaurants for vegetarians, outdoor dining, senior discounts, light menus, early bird specials, and children's birthday parties. Whether you are on a budget or able to explore the best three-start restaurants in the state, your appetite is guaranteed to be satisfied! Paperback. 6" W x 9" H. 216 pages.
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· Item ID: 1152


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Eleven Days In August: A Chronicle of Summers
By Amatore Mille. Welcome to the August lives of Amatore Mille and his family. The year is 2001... and 1957... and 1973 - actually, every year, since 1932 - when the Milles began an August summer tradition of selling Italian sausage sandwiches at The Wisconsin State Fair. You are about to enter a world where Italian immigrant grandparents leave their indelible mark on three subsequent generations, where a father, in his inimitable way, focuses on the family business... and his family... for eleven days of each summer, and where children grow up with sawdust underfoot and State Fair attractions all around. Paperback. 221 pages. 5 1/2" W x 8" H.
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Explore Wisconsin Rivers
By Doris Green. Shaped by massive walls of ice, they carried Indians and voyageurs through the forests and plains, and were the highways of settlement and commerce. Around them grew towns and cities that drew their lifeblood from the waters. Today, Wisconsin's rivers are still the liquid paths of romance and discovery. More than just a travel guide, Explore Wisconsin Rivers introduces you to the adventure of discovering these natural treasures, as well as the struggle to preserve them for future generations to enjoy. Paperback. 6" W x 9" H. 272 pages.
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· Item ID: 1153


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Fun with the Family Wisconsin
By Martin Hintz and Stephen V. Hintz. Discover fun things for the whole family to do in Wisconsin. Stop at Little Bohemia for a steak dinner and check out the bullet holes where John Dillinger and his buddies were ambushed in 1934 during a poker game, and visit Wisconsin's last remaining covered bridge, which spans Cedar Creek in Cedarburg. Here’s the inside information on all the family-friendly fun to be had in the Badger State. The book Fun with the Family Wisconsin leads the way to amusement parks, water adventures, recreation trails, zoos, children’s museums, festivals, performing arts, and much more. Written by a father-and-son team, this opinionated, personal, and easy-to-use guide has the best things to see and do to keep the kids busy and happy for an hour, a day, or a weekend - a guaranteed antidote to vacation boredom! Take a Look Inside For: • Current information on Wisconsin’s family attractions • Quick-reference icons • Regional maps • Age-appropriate guidelines • Kid-friendly restaurants and places to stay. Paperback. 264 pages. 6" x 9".
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· Item ID: 288

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