We're on the road - We're touring the
upper midwest for several weeks and blogging about the sites and history we run
into along the way. Follow us in images via the
Photo Blog and read about
some of our primary destinations in the
Travel Blog. Here's
East Central Wisconsin from Fond du Lac (Photo Blog) - We took a little down
time but still explored the area around Fond du Lac and over to Lake Michigan.
See our visit via this photo blog.
of Old World Wisconsin (Photo Blog) - Now in our all time favorite list, Old
World Wisconsin outdoor museum has something for the entire family to see and
do. See our visit in images via this photo blog.
Old World Wisconsin (Travel Blog) - Read about how this outdoor museum came
together and the interesting history we found inside via our Travel Blog.
When in Rome... Wisconsin (Photo Blog) - We headed out of Prairie du Chien
and across Wisconsin to Kettle Moraine State Park, catching some great views
along the way.
Iowa to Wisconsin Via a Field of Dreams (Photo Blog) - We had a blast
at the Field of Dreams movie site before landing in Pikes Peak State Park for
some rich Mississippi history. After browsing the photo blog, read about
the history of McGregor, Prairie du Chien and more via the Travel Blog.
Prairie du Chien via a Field of Dreams (Travel Blog) - Read about the Field
of Dreams Movie Site along with the history of McGregor Iowa and Prairie du
Chien Wisconsin and more in this edition of our adventure in the Upper Midwest.
Amana Colonies - A Tour through Time (Photo Blog) - Images from our visit to
the seven communities that make up Amana Colonies in Iowa, an interesting piece
of communal history.
Colonies (Travel Blog) - Read about the history of how the Amana Colonies
were formed and why "The Great Change" in 1932 was brought about.
Strolling into Iowa (Photo Blog) - We head out of Missouri, catching the
sites and history in photos along the way.
We'll see you on the road!
More What's New
Presidio of San Ignacio de Tubac (1752-1848) - Also
called Fort Tubac, this Spanish built presidio was established by the
Spanish Army in 1752 at the site of present-day Tubac,
some 50 years prior, the Catholic Church and the Spanish military had been the
vanguards of Spanish frontier expansion throughout New Spain.