The Cabin

Chasing Waterfalls in Wisconsin

Episode Summary

This week's episode of The Cabin was recorded not in our Cabin podcast studio but once again, remotely from our teams homes! We are dedicated to safely providing you content during the COVID-19 pandemic. While this episode may sound a little different we will still be bringing you our Campfire Conversation - this week it's all about our favorite Waterfalls in the state. Then our Behind-the-Scenes segment covers some of the best spots to stop in Dodgeville!

Episode Notes

The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association. This week we're featuring Jefferson County. 

Campfire Conversation: We're chasing waterfalls! Cascade Falls and Geiger Falls (Osceola), Granite Quarry Falls (Montello), Stephens Falls (Dodgeville), Amnicon Falls State Park SE of Superior, Big Manitou and the twin Little Manitou Falls, Pattison State Park south of Superior, Lost Creek Falls, Menomonee Falls - tiny, but they named a whole town after it, 12-foot Falls and a host of others in Marinette County.

Behind-the-Scenes: This week it's all about Dodgeville: Iowa County Historical Society Museum, Folklore Village (Fall Swedish Festival), Quality Bakery (known for their chocolate Bismarcks), Bob's Bitchin' BBQ, Grilled Cheese Championship, Rivalry with Mineral Point to become the County Seat, Dodgeville Chronicle (Newspaper that's been around since the 1800s, still locally owned by the same family), Walnut Hollow, Bloomfield Prairie - Grassland nature preserve.

*NO Wisconsin in 72 due to COVID-19

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