Crossing the Driftless, published by the University of Wisconsin Press, is both a traveler’s tale and an exploration of this dramatic environment, following the streams of geologic and human history. Lynne Diebel and her husband, Bob, crossed the Driftless Area by canoe, journeying 359 river miles from Faribault, Minnesota, where her family has a summer home on Cedar Lake, to their Wisconsin home in Stoughton. Using photos, maps and readings, Lynne will tell the story of their trip. Refreshments and socializing at 6:30 pm. Talk begins at 7:00 pm. Free and open to the public. No registration required.
Presenter: Lynne Diebel, Author. The Ralph Nuzum Lecture Series is brought to you in part by the Kickapoo Valley Reforestation (Nuzum) Fund and the Friends of the KVR.