Dock Day – a Farewell to Summer Fun.

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It’s that time of year when anyone with a dock in the water reluctantly has to take it out. As much as you’d like to bury your head in the sand, you have to face the truth: winter is coming. … Continue reading

A Visit to Burnett County’s Organic Winery

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Who knew the only organic winery in Wisconsin was right here in our own backyard? Surprise! In fact there are only 13 organic wineries in the United States, making Clover Meadow Winery one of a very elite group. In the … Continue reading

Scenes from Property Tour with the CENTURY 21 Sand County Services Team

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Contrary to what some might think, we aren’t in a “seasonal” business and are listing new properties for sale every week, all year around. So every Tuesday morning, all year around, our Team can be found on our Property Tour, … Continue reading

Update on the Minong Flowage Dam

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The wait is almost over! According to the latest newsletter from the Minong Flowage Association (www.minongflowage.org), the reconstruction of the Minong Flowage Dam is on schedule. The spillway is constructed to a level that allows the construction to move into … Continue reading

Great Hunting Camps for Sale in Northwestern WI!

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We are a few weeks into the hunting season already. Maybe you’ve already shot a doe, or maybe you’re still waiting for the big one or maybe you haven’t seen anything but squirrels. Let’s face it – where you hunt … Continue reading

A Visit to Smith’s Apple Orchard in Burnett County, WI

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Nothing says Fall like ripe, crisp apples!  And with over 3,200 apple trees and 26 varieties of apples at the Smith’s Apple Farm in Northeast Burnett County, there are plenty of different ways to enjoy apples. Whether they’re baked in … Continue reading

Women Hunt in Northern Wisconsin Too!

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Hunting has long been a male dominated sport. In history, men have been expected to bring home the bacon – or in this case, venison, and women have been expected to stay home and cook and clean. Now, however, more … Continue reading