…Like Going into Wisconsin

This detour through the Badger State wasn’t scheduled…it just fell into place during the drive back home last October. So, I seized the opportunity to replace yet another of the old inferior Pontiac state portraits (as previously explained in this post).

You can view the updated image collection via this link to an album in Google Photos.

Patch Grove, Wisconsin



By now, you’re well aware that I love to explore the out-of-the-way places in the middle part of this continent. The great thing is that, in spite of doing this for more than 25 years, there are so many thousands of miles of roads out here that no two trips are identical; each journey is filled with discovery and its own brand of satisfaction.

Even so, I have a long list of favorite places—highways, dirt roads, scenic vistas, natural formations—that I’ll happily visit again and again whenever I happen to be in the vicinity. The list includes several tiny prairie towns that, for one reason or another, always bring a smile to my heart.

Lily, South Dakota has been on that list for many years.