This is the first episode of The Cabin recorded not in our studio, but remotely!
We understand the audio is a little different than it normally is but we appreciate your patience as we continue to record for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association. This week we're featuring Dodge County.
Campfire Conversation: Fodder for the family: quirky town names (Waunakee, Oconomowoc, Pound, Grand Rapids/Wisconsin Rapids), things that were invented in WI (the hamburger and the ice cream sundae),
Egg Harbor, the first government to lay out a number system of roads and highways.
Behind-the-Scenes: This week we're featuring Dodge County! Marsh Haven Nature Center, Rock River Scenic Water Trail, Gold Star Memorial Trail, Octagon House, America's first Kindergarten, Civil war reenactments in Watertown, Great Beaver Paddle Festival on Beaver Dam Lake, City of Sculptures! *NO Wisconsin in 72 this week due to COVID-19
Know Your Wisconsin: Sauk Rails to Trails