Category Archives: Outdoors

What the Hay?

That’s what people are asking as they drive by Tony’s Tap and see this hay bale painted to look like a pig. Tony and Lori Pittz’s pig is just the beginning. Expect to see more creative bales popping up around … Continue reading

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Everything’s Better With A Trumpet

It was a hot day for the Little Free Walk for Little Free Libraries. We had a nice crowd to welcome Maya, Amy and Stef and to herald the unveiling of the two newest libraries.  Click here to read Maya … Continue reading

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Stop and Smell the Coleus

Next time you’re in the neighborhood of Foundry Books take a close look at Gayle Bull’s impressive collection of coleus.  There’s a huge variety and tons of color. These are just some of the coleus on display.  Almost makes me … Continue reading

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Little Free Walk of Little Free Libraries

Last October, reporter Helen O’Neill visited Mineral Point, WI, and was charmed. The article she wrote was released a few days ago by the Associated Press and was then picked up in the following media outlets: ABC News, Post Bulletin, Rochester, Minnesota, SF … Continue reading

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A Good Sign

Recently, people have reported seeing a rare white deer on the outskirts of town. While it is good luck to catch a glimpse of the elusive white deer, it is extremely bad luck (and illegal) to kill one.  It’s like … Continue reading

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