Fall Changes Up North

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  Football games, hayrides, crisp autumn evenings, pumpkin patches and hunting – Fall is officially here. Up here, the trees bloom around pristine lakes and rivers begging us to slow down and enjoy the beauty Autumn has to offer. Up … Continue reading

Autumn Walks in Wisconsin Lake Country

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It’s the perfect time of year to get outside for long walks. The air is crisp and the bugs are minimal, making it ideal for even the most finicky prince or princess. Plus there are so many things to see! … Continue reading

Musky Fishing in Burnett County, WI

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The muskellunge, or more commonly known as the “musky”, is one of Wisconsin’s most prized fish – so prized, in fact, that it is our official state fish! Some of the biggest muskies ever caught, including the current state and … Continue reading

Up North “Must Do”: Fall Canoeing

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Fall is a great time of year to get out in a canoe to do some exploring. The way the light falls against the trees and the water is beautiful and the sounds that surround you are distinct to this … Continue reading

Properties with Great Storage Space Near Siren, WI

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Labor Day weekend has come and gone, kids are back in school, and the leaves are beginning to change. With the change of seasons comes the change of hobbies up North. Boats, jet skis and other summer toys are being … Continue reading

It’s Ricing Season in Northwestern, WI.

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Wild rice is a rich part of Northwestern Wisconsin’s history. Harvested in early to mid-August, wild rice was extremely important to the Native Americans, particularly the Ojibwe and Menominee tribes who lived in areas where wild rice grew abundantly. Wild … Continue reading

Scenes from Labor Day weekend

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Labor Day weekend is a great opportunity to enjoy a long weekend Up North with friends and family, squeezing out the last drops of summer fun. One might think, from witnessing the traffic coming North (starting Thursday) that the much-loved … Continue reading