Madison 2014

January 30, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Carol and I crossed Madison off our list of home away from home visits by visiting the capital city last October. Like our trip to Duluth in one unfortunate way was the unseasonably cold weather. But there was the warmth of the hot food served up by vendors at the Farmer's Market on the capital square to keep things cooking. And touring the brew pubs around town also kept us busy. And of course, a visit to Babcock Hall and its refreshing ice cream was also a must. All in all, a wonderful trip that ended with a tour of the world famous Arboretum. 

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