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The top 3 things to do on a summer day in Chippewa Falls

I sit here just a couple of days after the July 4th extended holiday break bemoaning the fact it seems as if the summer is half over already.  We all have the same experience, the older we get the faster time flies by.  It did occur to me I may be approaching this situation all wrong, maybe I should consider the glass to be half full, so to speak.  You know, we still have half of the summer to go.  And what better place to have fun in the summer than Chippewa Falls!

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Get Your Groove on in the Chippewa Valley this Summer

Music Concert

Are you hankering to go to a music festival this summer?  Let me tell you how you can get your groove on in the Chippewa Valley this summer.  The Chippewa Valley has an abundance of concerts and festivals to offer this summer.  Here’s a list of just a few, you’re sure to find one to fit your style.

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3 of the best Wineries to visit in the Chippewa Falls area

As we dream of the warmer weather that is sure to find its way to northern Wisconsin our thoughts turn to spending relaxing afternoons visiting local wineries, taking tours, and sitting outdoors tasting the fruits of their labors.  We are here to tell you we have 3 of the best wineries to visit right here in Chippewa Falls.  Many of the guests who stay at Inn on Lake Wissota enjoy touring our wineries.  Each of the wineries approaches winemaking differently and has won awards for their craft.

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Just in Time for Spring- A Yummy Vegetable Frittata Recipe

Vegetable Frittata with sausage links and a creme puff drizzled with chocolate sauce sitting on top of an orange slice.

Vegetable Frittata with sausage links and a creme puff drizzled with chocolate sauce sitting on top of an orange slice.

 

Just in time for spring a yummy vegetable frittata recipe to help bring in the new season.  I can’t remember exactly which website I found this recipe on, but was thankful I did.  I found it in December, just before Christmas.  There is a group of women, a board of directors for a non-profit organization, who have been coming the same time every year for at least 6 years – in fact, since before I owned Inn on Lake Wissota.  One of those women is vegetarian.  As you know, I am not afraid to accommodate special dietary restrictions or preferences, and vegetarians are pretty easy to accommodate.  I have been keeping track over the years of what I have served them so I don’t prepare the same thing twice.  It can get to be a challenge to find new recipes that an entire group will enjoy.  Fortunately for me, this particular group of women is not fussy, so they are easy to please.  Even though I found this in the winter and served it a number of times, with rave reviews each time, I think this recipe is a great one to serve on a beautiful spring morning.  So, with no further ado, here’s the recipe:

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4 Reasons to host a Role-playing Game Retreat at a B&B

Cartoon of men sitting around a table playing a game under a spotlight

Role-Playing Game

 

Last month we had the pleasure of hosting a group of folks from around the upper mid-west. They descended upon Inn on Lake Wissota for a weekend dedicated to Role-playing Games.  The event was initiated by our son who has been into RPGs for almost 2 decades now.  He uses the pen name PK Sullivan when he is writing RPG blogs, designing games, and contributing to RPG books. PK thought why not host a Role-playing Game Retreat at a B&B?  They decided to rent out the entire place for a weekend.  What fun for 12 players to participate in a weekend of role-playing games.

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3 Reasons Why a Night at a B&B is the Perfect Valentine’s Gift for Your Guy

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Are you having a difficult time choosing that perfect Valentine’s gift for your guy?  I’m here to tell you a night at a B&B is the perfect Valentine’s Gift for your guy.  Choosing a gift for the love of your life can be challenging sometimes.  If you’re like me you feel you want to get him something extra special to show how much he means to you and you appreciate all he does for you.  Somehow that stuffed animal just doesn’t send that message. And, I don’t know about your guy, but mine would not appreciate having flowers delivered to his office, that’s not how he rolls.  I would most certainly be in the dog house for that maneuver!  So why a night at a B&B?  Let me give you three reasons:

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5 reasons to hold your team-building event in Chippewa Falls

Chippewa Falls, geographically speaking, is very blessed to sit on the banks of the Chippewa River.  The river has lent itself to a rich and varied history for the city.  The city was built amidst the logging industry followed by shoe factories, a woolen mill company, banking, supercomputing, and we can’t forget to mention a world-renowned brewery!  All of these businesses required teamwork and helped create a vibrant community that has stood the test of time.  Natural resources abound as well.  All of these elements come together to help you develop a team-building event your group will never forget.  A team-building retreat in Chippewa Falls will help your teammates connect, develop new ways to communicate which helps foster creativity and productivity.

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The Best Fresh Green Bean Recipe

Growing up my mom made the same turkey dinner for both Thanksgiving and Christmas, and we all loved it.  We all looked forward to the special meal she prepared, which took her most of the day.  A large turkey that fed the six of us, and enough for leftovers throughout the week.  There were a variety of side dishes to compliment, plenty of creamy mashed potatoes with gravy, cloverleaf biscuits, cranberry bread, cranberry sauce, and, my favorite, green bean casserole with the crispy fried onions on top.  My mouth is watering just reminiscing about it.

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7 Reasons to Visit Chippewa Falls and Eau Claire in December

Chippewa Falls and Eau Claire have plenty of things going on during the month of December to help you get into the holiday spirit and create some memories. Whether you like spending time outdoors in the fresh air or listening to some seasonal music or watching a play, we’ve got just the activity to inspire your yuletide cheer.

Entrance to Irvine Park Christmas Village

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A Winter Walk through Irvine Park

Winter Scene of Duncan Creek

Duncan Creek in Irvine Park

 

This January has brought a wide variety of temperatures and not a lot of snow in the Chippewa Valley.  We took an opportunity one Sunday afternoon that offered somewhat balmy temperatures (for January, that is) to take a winter walk through Irvine Park in downtown Chippewa Falls.  A chance to get outdoors and spend time with friends could not be passed up on this particular day.  The weather had warmed to near freezing after several days of sub-zero temps, so we were all anxious to get out and about.  As transplants to the area just a few years ago, Roger & I still have plenty of exploring to do in the Chippewa Valley in order for us to get to know the area.  We were somewhat surprised when our friends suggested a winter walk in the park.  We have visited Irvine Park during the holiday season as it is lit up with over 100,000 lights and Christmas scenes displayed throughout the park.  It has turned out to be an annual holiday tradition for our family, as it is for many families in the Chippewa Valley.  Yet, we had never considered truly exploring the park after the Christmas Village closes for the season.

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