This weeks campfire conversation we're focusing on unique cabins and cottages throughout the state.
Seth Peterson Cottage - Reedsburg
Coulee Junction Caboose - De Soto
Rittenhouse Inn - Bayfield
Garmisch USA + yurts - Cable
Chanticleer inn - Door Co
Behind-the-Scenes | Walking Tours:
First full Discover Wisconsin episode that focuses on walking tours, welcoming guest Brian Mohsenian, the producer of this episode.
Ashland - mural capital of Wisconsin, 21 historical murals across the downtown.
Plymouth - Cheese capital of the world. Rich cheese history displayed on the murals in the downtown area, cheese is a major part of economy in Plymouth. 15% of all U.S. cheese goes through this city.Burlington - Chocolate city, great historic walking tour that tells the story of Burlingtons past. The city was actually on the path of the underground railroad and the city was filled with abolitionists. This tour ends at a beautiful waterfall along the Fox River.Waukesha - The largest city featured in the show and the last stop in the episode. Lively downtown area, Gibson guitars made the area a guitar town, Les Paul was born and died in WaukeshaHighlights, challenges, amazing intervieweesWisconsin in 72:Northwoods Blizzard Blast 2/15/20Ashland Book Across the Bay 2/15/20Osceola Big Lake Ice Fishing Contest 2/15/20Oshkosh Polar Plunge 2/15/20Credits:Hosted by Mariah Haberman & Eric Paulsen featuring Dave Janus and Ellen Fallon with special guest Brian Mohsenian. The Cabin is a production brought to you by Discover Mediaworks, to learn more head to discovermediaworks.com, and don’t forget to leave a review!