Wisconsin has been a blast so far with a couple more months left if the season before I start making my way back down South for the winter.
I havent had a whole lot of things going on lately besides working at the Ft Akinson Jellypark campground to get the money saved up for my next adventure. This is just the way the nomadic lifestyle is. You work long enough to experience places in the area, then save for fuel of where ever your next adventure takes you.
Wisconsin reminds me so much of back home in the Pacific Northwest, with the greenery, farmland, and breweries on every corner. When I drive out on some of these country roads, I get the feeling Im in a movie because the landscape out here makes you feel like something you would see in a movie. The people Ive met so far in this state have just been amazing to talk to, and are always willing to give you a hand when needed. Everynight, you will be welcomed with fireflies swarming the sky, and unfortunately alot of mosquitoes.
Weather here have days that feel like Oregon and Washington state but can quickly change making you feel like you just stepped foot in Miami in the middle of July due to the intense humidity. If your looking to make a trip here in the winter, be ready for 3 to 5 feet of snow on average and be below zero temperatures. (Snow fall usually starts around the end of October here).
If your into music, you can enjoy a trip to SummerFest in the summer that is the worlds biggest music festival with 11 concert halls and more vendors then the eye can see. Each concert hall has multiple cover bands that play everything from classical music to country western.
This has been my first time in this sstate, and highly recommend anyone that hasnt been here to plan a trip. With the Harley Davidson Museum, the Pabbs (PBR) Mansion, to the breweries, llandscapes, and summer festivals, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Have a good day everyone and stay safe.