Blueberries in Northwestern Wisconsin

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Did you know that Northern Wisconsin has a big history of blueberries? When I was a child, my grandparents used to take the kids out to pick blueberries, but I never realized that it was a big deal until I … Continue reading

Outhouses of Northern Wisconsin: some new finds!

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We ran into two more outhouses in the last couple of weeks that just had to be added to our collection. I love the humor and instruction provided for “users”! One even has extensive landscaping to match the rest of … Continue reading

Scenes from Property Tour…with CENTURY 21 Sand County Services

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  Every Tuesday morning, the CENTURY 21 team goes on a Property Tour to view our new listings for the week.  The listing agent presents their new listing to the rest of the agents and they can see the property … Continue reading

Fort Folle Avoine – a Burnett County Treasure

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Fort Folle Avoine Historical Park has been a cherished part of our area and history where people have traveled both near and far to experience the life-like events of our past along the Yellow River. Growing up, my family visited … Continue reading

Get to Know the Yellow River and Lakes

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The Yellow River and Big and Little Yellow Lakes have a long and loved legacy in Northwestern Wisconsin. Not only are they a part of our history, but they’re also known for great fishing and recreational fun. The Yellow River … Continue reading

Scenes from the Fourth: Burnett County, WI

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From fireworks, to mini doughnuts, running 5K’s to parades, the Fourth of July in Northwestern Wisconsin was filled with more than just warm weather.  People from all over came Up North for the Fourth and spent time on the lake … Continue reading

Northwestern Wisconsin Porches to Make Your Own.

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Porches have held family game nights, intimate dinners and quiet late night book reading. A porch can be a place to escape – to sip a glass of wine in the evenings or to savor a coffee in the early … Continue reading