I can answer most questions about entertainment, historical places to visit, questions about moving here, and most other travel related questions.
I've lived in Wisconsin my whole life (24 years). I have lived in SW Wisconsin, Madison, Milwaukee/Racine area, and have a vacation home in Northern Wisconsin by Minocqua.
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Hello, Cumberland...as in far NW Wisconsin? The short answer is no. I can't even get from Madison to a Brewers game in Milwaukee using rail. Unfortunately, Wisconsin does not have great public transportation
I'm not sure where you are from, or where you've been, but enjoy visiting Mineral Point, WI for a little history, shopping and small town charm. There are lots of B&Bs from the 1800s. I have stayed at
Sounds like an adventure! I would highly recommend Perrot State Park, Wyalusing State Park and Pike's Peak (in Iowa) for camping, or just day trips to hike and see nature. You can canoe and kayak the
Sorry I didn't reply sooner, I was on vacation in Michigan for four days. His route is really the best way, and simple! As long as you can get to Hwy 50, that will hook you right up with I-43 Southbound
Some of my favorite cheap eats (mostly around campus): Cleveland's Diner Jade Garden (lunch buffet) El Pastor La Bamba's Milio's Here are some local sites to check for food related chat: http://www