• You are looking at Snowmy Kromer a 30 foot high snowman in Minocqua, Wi.

    Merry Christmas From Big Snowmy Kromer

    Merry Christmas from Big Snowmy Kromer! Who or what is a Snowmy Kromer you may ask? Snowmy Kromer The Snowman Snowmy Kromer just happens to be a 30 foot tall snowman. His base is 24 feet across while his waist and head are 16 and 8 feet across. The builders used two tiers of snow fencing to construct him. When you’re standing next to him, you realize his base is about eight feet tall! I think he just may be the largest snow man in Wisconsin. He got his name, “Snowmy  Kromer”, from a contest that was held back in about 2008, which is when he was given his giant…

  • You are looking at one of the ponds that you pass by on the Mountain Bay Trail.

    Mountain-Bay State Trail: In Wisconsin

    Mountain-Bay State Trail in Wisconsin, is the longest rail-trail that travels for 83 miles through 3 counties, Brown, Marathon and Shawano. The rails-trail, are a former Chicago and Northwestern Railroads corridor. The trail starts west of Wausau, near Rib Mountain and along the Wisconsin River. Which travels all the way to Howard Memorial Park near the city of Green Bay. Hence the name Mountain-Bay State Trail. This is a very scenic trail that runs through communities, farmland, numerous bridges over rivers and streams as well as wetlands and forests. Mountain-Bay State Trail The trail is either Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass, it will vary in different areas. Your able to…

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    Green Circle Trail: Stevens Point Wisconsin

    Green Circle Trail in Stevens Point Wisconsin, is a great place to visit. I am a lover of the great outdoors and try to spend as much time as I can outside. One of my favorite things to do, is checking out new hiking and biking areas. The Green Circle Trail in Stevens Point, Wisconsin is a 27 -mile hiking and biking loop around Stevens Point, which also connects over 45 miles of extra trails. Plover River Park The trail area we’ve walked, is the Plover River Park, the McDill Trail, and Iverson Trail section. As of now these are the only three areas that we’ve walked, but plan on…

  • Bride and Groom walking on the dock.

    Wedding Day: On the majestic Lake Tahoe

    Wedding Day on the majestic Lake Tahoe. I would like to introduce you to Mr. and Mrs. Kearns. As well as their bridesmaids, Mika the mini aussie. What an absolutely stunning wedding my son and daughter in law had. Everything went so perfect and beautifully. This was a true happily ever after story. The ceremony was done by Robyns mom, Shawna. What a special moment that was, to be able to read the wedding vows to your daughter and son-in-law. Everyone was dressed so beautifully in red, white or blue. Those are the colors Dakota and Robyn chose for their big day. The wedding was held out doors near the Tahoe…

  • Photographing Lake Tahoe at dawn. Watching the sunrise coming up over the mountain tops.

    Lake Tahoe: Majestically breath taking

    Have you ever been to Lake Tahoe? It truly is majestically breath-taking and a place where dreams do come true. We happen to be in Tahoe for a wedding, my son and future daughter in laws wedding in fact. They couldn’t have picked a more beautiful place on earth than this, to become husband and wife. Lake Tahoe is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada Snow Caped Mountains, along the border of California and Nevada. It’s known for its beaches in the summer time and Skiing in the winter time. The house below was the house is where we stayed as well as where Dakota and Robyn took…