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As you look southwest after sunset this month. Venus is the first and brightest object to emerge from the twilight.
Night owls can be awed by a lunar eclipse on Friday, November 19th. That’s the one where the Full Moon passes through the shadow of the Earth and turns a rusty color.
The best way to drink like a local in Driftless Wisconsin is to pull up a stool at the local bars and get a taste of the drinks and the people.
On the first day of September, I had a wonderful time hiking the trails of Kickapoo Valley Reserve well beyond midnight. I was on a mission with my Unihedron Sky Quality Meter.
Enjoy local dining in the Driftlesss, home to a variety of locally owned restaurants offering the opportunity to eat like a local.
September will be a wonderful month to spot the two largest planets of our solar system, the gas giants Jupiter and Saturn.
Driftless Wisconsin is one of the most beautiful places to explore, and it’s even better when you can pet friendly stays.
I love the summer ritual of heading outside in Driftless Wisconsin and being awed by the return of the Perseid meteors in August.
When picnicking in the Driftless region’s parks there are plenty of opportunities to hang a hammock, throw down a blanket, and enjoy.
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Whether for a weekend, a week, or longer, you’ll enjoy your stay in Driftless Wisconsin.