After all those years of never getting to see Brett Favre at Lambeau Field, I was determined to be at his induction into the Green Bay Packers Hall Of Fame (and number retirement). Thanks to my pal Steve “The Owner” Tate for getting me a ticket (it was sold out months ago). I would have … Continue reading
The title says it rather clearly, these are ten shots of some of the wonderful oddities I’ve encountered in my travels around Wisconsin making this documentary (that is now finished, working on release screenings and dates for this fall). There’s a little note below each photo to let you know a bit about it. * … Continue reading
U.W. Oshkosk several connections to what we did in the documentary. It’s where I interviewed Randall Davidson for the history of Wisconsin Public Radio, where the Fredric March Theatre is, and also where we had good success with contributions in post-production. That it’s a lovely campus makes for a great visual representation fo the campus … Continue reading
One last time to see the legend play in Wisconsin. This should be awesome. Go if you can, or I’ll try to cover it on the site if my media pass comes through. It’s for a great cause and you can find out all about it by clicking the photo below to go to the official … Continue reading
My friend Jeff Kahlow of Big Guy Hats, who is also featured in the documentary that you will soon see, is the artist that makes all of those killer Hodag, deer, Lambeau, beer keg, Packers, and about a million other styles of art-cheeseheads. And he gets his custom foam products from Active Foam Products. While … Continue reading
Nice to know, if you’re trying to get somewhere fast, but I prefer to drive the back roads of Wisconsin as you never know what you’ll find, be it interesting, odd, or fun. And then there’s that whole “it’s so utterly beautiful” thing. * * * * * *
Here’s some killer shots I took while driving the Driftless Area recently. On a sunny day, it’s really hard not to take a good picture in this state. Honestly, it’s pointless in talking about it. Just look at the photos and you’ll see what I mean. So I’ll stop babbling now and let you enjoy … Continue reading
Here’s some shameless plugging for my favorite hotel chain, Wiscohotels.com – I’ll be in FDL for the grand opening of their new Holiday Inn Express at the end of April. Looking forward to checking out their new location, and to get the now finished (minus legal and what not) documentary in front of a crowd. … Continue reading
Sweet! Now onto the Final Four again.
I shot these quite some time ago, but just found them. While the interior tour of House On The Rock is used in the documentary (to humorous and a bit eery effect), only a smidgen of the exterior, also an awesome place to visit, is used. That place just keeps going and going. Enjoy, and … Continue reading
Awesome Huge Sun Dog Above Rice Lake that I caught a couple of weeks ago. It was one of those too big to be real sort of moments, until you realize what it is. For a brief second I almost thought I was on another planet with two suns, until my fingers started to freeze … Continue reading
No words really needed here. I just find snow on trees fascinating and beautiful. Trees are awesome no matter, snow on them makes it even better. * * * * * *
Had a chance to visit the Northwoods Brewing Company in Eau Claire, which is inside the Northwoods Brew Pub (Near Oakwood Mall). Great beer, great atmosphere, and if it had been summer, a grea view of the river. Love the decor of this place, real Northwoods (of course), almost like something out of Twin Peaks … Continue reading
Wouldn’t that be a blast.
We should be seeing a lot of this during the week as it’s getting warmer here and we Cheeseheads have to represent with what we have on hand.
Driving Highway 25 near Rice Lake and happened to get a dash-cam shot of a snow plow doing its job, and splashing my window. * * * * * *
I don’t know why I am posting this other than that I ran across these photos recently and thought what nice houses they were. Really, this is probably the least important posting ever, but they still are quite lovely homes. * * * * * *