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Chapel Ridge Heights Shrine of St Anthony of PADUA is located on the UWGB 290 acre Cofrin Memorial Arboretum. It is open to the public. The video shows how to locate the chapel and a tour of the inside and outside of the chapel.
If you would like to know a little bit of history about why roadside chapels were built, read my post Belgian Brick by Brick this will give you a better understanding about the Belgian heritage in the Brussels, Wisconsin and surrounding areas.
Bairds Creek Green Bay in early spring. Early spring; the snow has melted and the creek is running fast. The rebirth of the year. All the plantlife and animals are waking up from their winter’s nap.
The creek flowing is one of the seasons first promises that spring is truly on it’s way. Let my path walking and hiking adventures for the season officially commence. Bringing the promise that plenty of nature will be caught on camera this year. The excitement awaits.
Enjoy this short video. I am not an excellent videographer. Matter of fact, my teen told me I have much to learn and practice. No plans on breaking out into the video business. Thinking we are all safe. I enjoy sharing little pieces and parts of what I see. Even if I stink at it. I’m sharing. I shall take the free advice given by my teen and build from it. Maybe, I shall get better.
Wequiock Falls Green Bay Froze over – the falls are located in a small county park just off the highway in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
They are the perfect, short stop off to stretch your legs after a heavy rain. The water flows extra heavy, then, More often than not during the summer months, you will find a slow trickle or a dry bed.
In the winter, nothing short of amazing. As the weather temperatures change, so do the falls. Each week brings a new sight for the senses.
Location: If you want to see some additional pictures and or need the location read this post.
Feeding begging burros Custer State Park, South Dakota. You can read about our 11 day family trip by starting with DAY 1 HERE.
We are never without a few laughs whenever my husband is around. The man had it in his head we had to go back through the park for a second time just to feed the burros. Video proof, he got his wish. We did.
Having some fun with my daughter! We love exploring together. Today’s exploration is Fonferek Glen Waterfall in Summer.
Location: Fonferek’s Glen Falls and Park is located Ledgeview, Wisconsin. Four miles South of Green Bay, Wisconsin in Brown County.
Background Information: This waterfall was created by Bower Creek tumbling 25 feet down the Niagria Escarpment. That cliff, called the Niagara Escarpment, is a geologic formation that runs hundreds of miles through the state of Wisconsin and beyond, forming a great circle all the way to Niagara Falls at the New York-Canada border. At Fonferek GLen enjoy a limestone- walled gorge with a stone archway.
Directions: I-43 South Milwaukee exit to County MM exit. Right onto County MM. Right on Memory Lane. Follow the gravel road up and park up by the barn.
We put together a little video for those that may want to see the waterfall but can’t make the trip.
A boat ride down the Fox River in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This is what Green Bay to De Pere, Wisconsin looks like by boat. There are 4 bridges along the journey, the Grassy Island Lighthouse Range and the De Pere Dam.
Grand Island Michigan Ice Curtains Video (Pictures to Music)
A few winter’s ago off the shore of Sand Point in Munising, Michigan my daughter and I walked across the icy channel of Lake Superior to see the Grand Island Michigan ice curtains.
It was a once in a lifetime trip for me because of my fear of walking on frozen water. Although, maybe this is the experience that has changed the tides. I have went ice fishing with my husband now. Amazed he has got me out on the ice.
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Each year in Door County, WI – Jacksonport, WI to be specific, people turn out by the car loads to take on the annual tradition of jumping into the icy depths of Lake Michigan. This challenge is called the polar bear plunge. I took some pictures of today’s event and posted them to music.