Taking a Leek in Wisconsin

Walking down a gravel trail flanked by gigantic white pine trees showing off their fresh, bright green needles, my mom pointed toward a clearing to explain that this whole tract of land was once owned by Otto C. Doering, an officer of Sears, Roebuck & Company of Chicago back in the early 1900s. We were walking the Round Lake Logging Dam Interpretive Trail in northern Wisconsin on a perfect spring day, and I couldn’t remember the last time my mom and I had spent this much one-on-one time in the outdoors…

Read the rest of the story about my Wisconsin weekend HERE.

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