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Jun 29, 2012 - Hello Tomahawk

On my birthday, I drove to Tomahawk, WI. That afternoon my parents, Jestin and Ducky met me at the Cabin. Trip highlights: -Happy Snapper Friday Fish Fry & Drinks -Celebrating my Birthday (I got the 30th edition of Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein) -Celebrating my parent’s Anniversary (We got them a wooden eagle since wood is a traditional 5th anniversary gift) -Family Reunion (held on the 3rd at memorial park instead of Sarah Park this year) -Water show -Boating (especially at night with just my Daddy-O and I) -Riding the...

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Sep 11, 2010 - Changing seasons

The day was spent visiting with relatives again. We were able to tour cousin Bill's absolutely beautiful, hand-crafted home. It is unique and totally beyond description. His attention to detail is amazing. Tomahawk is a small town of 3,700 in the Northwoods where three rivers converge. It is also logging country so it is full of trees. Autumn definitely has arrived here.

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Sep 10, 2010 - What is round, 1' thick and weighs 17,452 lbs?

It was a travel day again and we wended our way along the south shore of Lake Superior. We saw lots of little towns and found several attractive harbors along the shore. We also noted more signs of fall. The day was mostly sunny with a bit of a breeze and temperatures in the 60's. We left the lakeshore and started inland. The World's Largest Penny is made of concrete about a foot thick and weighs 17,452 pounds. It's in Woodruff, Wisconsin. Naturally we had to add it to our list of the biggest/largest things we have seen! Eventually we made...

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Jul 5, 2007 - St Cloud, MN to Tomahawk, WI

Travel to Tomahawk, WI. When we crossed the Mississippi River into Wisconsin, the terrain seemed to change. It looked like Wisconsin got more rain than MN so the fields of crops were really green AND lots of trees of all types but lots of Christmas tree farms and beautiful pines.

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Great Lakes 2007