We have found some of our best summer fun in the most unassuming places.
For instance, last weekend we made our way to Almond, Wisconsin, home of the very a-peel-ing Tater Toot Festival.
It’s hard to say what delighted us the most — the kiddie train that zoomed up and down an empty Main Street, the free face painting booth, the Master of Ceremonies who regaled us all with interesting tater tidbits or the potato that landed in our makeshift candy sack.
We loved it all.
Wisconsin throws these cool little parties all summer long and everyone’s invited.
Last weekend, we went to three festivals. This week is Mile of Music, the week prior was the EAA Fly in.
You can be a lot of things during summer in Wisconsin but you can’t be bored.
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You just gotta love Wisconsin and summer! A great combo!!