Agricultural

Classic Green Reunion -J.D. Fun

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As summer approached every trip was cancelled because the fieldwork just didn’t get done. Rain, and more rain. This was the story of farming in the Midwest in 2019. We were going to North Dakota to Medora to a wonderful Midwest Blogger event, cancelled. We were heading to a steam event at Rollag, cancelled. It […]

Museums in Kenosha

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The City of Kenosha,Wisconsin is located between Milwaukee and Chicago.  I love the fact that Kenosha has the charm of a smaller lake town.  Being along the shore of Lake Michigan gives this area a unique history. Visiting the museums in Kenosha while on a press trip sponsored by the Kenosha Area Visitors Bureau with […]

Syracuse History

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The middle of May brought me to Syracuse, New York. I traveled here for the North American Travel Journalist Association (NATJA) Conference. It took place May 15-18, 2019. While at this event I had a chance to learn some amazing history about the wonderful town of Syracuse, New York. Salt History in Syracuse Syracuse is […]

spring planting

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This March, I will have been married to my husband for 40 years. There has never been a spring like this. When non-farmers ask me “What are you going to do about all the rain and spring planting?” I say, “I don’t know.” Because we have never faced a spring like 2019. My husband started […]

Danenberger & a Fashion Show!

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Who doesn’t love a winery? Who doesn’t love a fashion show? When you get to combine them both then magic happens! April 27, my daughter Carrie and I went to get our fashion sense updated and sip some wine at Danenberger Family Vineyards I had been to this cool venue before to sample the wine […]