"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Wednesday

I went on a truck ride!!!




THIS is the official marker on official WI Historical Markers all over Wisconsin.
I think its a badger.  A hostile one.
Welcome to Wisconsin...

Ok, so asking me if I want to go on a truck ride is the only way Mr. Foresterman can get me to go to an "informational" meeting for work, but as long as he throws in "all you can eat ice cream" and antique shopping along the way,  I'm easy.

Well kind of, because I always call "shotgun" ~  so I can take pictures...

Here we go, fasten your "visual" seatbelts and take a journey to the SW corner of Wisconsin!


First you have to drive out of NW Wisconsin, because you can't see anything through the trees...



Then the terrain starts to change to open rolling fields and forest...



Then you start to notice that time goes a little slower out here ...



And you start to think how nice it would be to have a packed picnic basket along...



But then stopping in a small Wisconsin town for lunch & ice cream is a fine idea too...
  




BTW, the meeting was only 2 hours long, but I got a wonderful trip out of it ~ 
BIG HUGS & KISSES TO MY MR. FORESTERMAN!!!



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3 comments:

  1. And this is the place you're LEAVING??? I can't wait to see the one you're GOING to!!!!!

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  2. Wisconsin, home of the hostile badgers. Striking fear in ferrets far and wide.

    yeah.. no... not really all that scary. :)

    Beautiful photos!! I love being shotgun, I always sit with my long lens in my lap.

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  3. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your nice comment. Ok...I had to google "timber cruiser" from your profile. Sounds like a wonderful job! Beautiful pictures of Wisconsin.

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