Beaner’s – food, history & love

Around 13 years ago, my uncle moved to Hebron, IL to pursue a lifelong dream of living in small town rural America.  With a population of about 1200 people, it definitely fit the bill.  He’s an avid Route 66 fan who always takes the long way, prefering those two lane off the beaten path roadsContinue reading “Beaner’s – food, history & love”

The Sugar River Trail – A Winding Trail of History

We drove through rolling hills and expansive farmland to arrive at, “America’s Little Switzerland,” or New Glarus, Wisconsin where the Sugar River Trail starts.  You could instantly see what attracted the small colony from Switzerland that emigrated in the 1800’s and settled in the area. The quaint town with its alpine style architecture and flowerContinue reading “The Sugar River Trail – A Winding Trail of History”