This isn't what you expect to see when driving down winding gravel roads through Little Sauk.
I had no clue that Randall had a quilt shop, and I had even less of a clue as to how awesome that quilt shop is.
I'll think of a food I haven't had in forever and fixate on it until I either go get it from somewhere or make it myself. That is exactly what I did with haluski this week.
As we drove further north I couldn't help but notice how green everything was. It was like the trees in the area didn't get the memo that it was time to start changing.
For the most part, I'm a summer person. I like fruity, bright flavors and cold slushee drinks. But when the weather is cold and dreary, I'll drink the pumpkin Kool-aid.
It was time to take matters into my own hands and kitchen. Here is how I made a dairy-free Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew.
I finally had spare time to stop on a trip to the lake to hopefully learn more about this cool old building. I took a walk around the grounds snapping some pictures on a perfect bluebird day.
For the past 6 years I have been driving my grandparents old 2004 Buick LeSabre. It was grandma-gold, had enough storage to move me in-and-out of five different places, and still smelled like my grandparents old cigarettes on really hot days.