Tag Archives: Wisconsin

Biplane Point of View: Rio, Wisconsin

In the mid 1960s, Richard Bach captured a unique view of small towns as he barnstormed the Midwest in his 1929 Parks-Detroit P-2 biplane. He wove them into the narrative of Nothing by Chance, A Gypsy Pilot’s Adventures in Modern … Continue reading

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Plymouth’s Marvelous Mill Street

PLYMOUTH, WISCONSIN—What other word describes a small town main thoroughfare lined with active storefront businesses including not one, but two bookstores, and a craft brewery. Yes, there were a empty storefronts for rent, and one building, built by Wm. Laack … Continue reading

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Gettin’ Out of Town on a Twisty Road

FAIRMONT, MN: Being an anal retentive person who takes quiet joy in the passage of arbitrary milestones large and small, nothing gives me greater pleasure than watching Ole Blue’s odometer turn to the next thousand, or even the next hundred. … Continue reading

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