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DVD America's Dairyland is made up of small family farms like Castle Rock Organic Dairy, which takes great pride in delivering glass bottled milk directly to homes. Milwaukee is a city that has reinvented itself as a major tourist destination with sport stadiums, a new river walk and public market. Fellowship and a love of singing bring together four young men in the "Voices Only" barbershop quartet. Trek Bicycle Company makes more bicycles than any other company in America, including the one's ridden by Lance Armstrong in the Tour de Wisconsin. Wisconsin Dells, home to America's largest water parks, is a place that can whet a family's appetite for an entire weekend. Nearby, Circus World Museum is a spectacular living history museum dedicated to all things circus related including an outstanding collection of authentically restored circus wagons. Situated on a picturesque peninsula, Door County is reminiscent of the northeast with its small villages and New England characteristics. Two popular attractions include goats grazing on grass roofed Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant and a fish boil at the White Gull Inn. Carr Valley Cheese creates innovative award winning cheeses and a factory tour highlights some of the processes that go into creating outstanding fresh cheddar curds. In the northern part of the state a cruise is a beautiful way to take in the scenery of the Apostle Islands on Lake Superior. Log rolling is a sport that is spinning to new heights thanks to the efforts of Judy Scheer Hoeschler. In Eagle River the annual Beer Fest is the place to sample dozens of Wisconsin's malted beverages and a fishing tournament brings hundreds of anglers in search of the elusive Muskie.
Western Great Lakes: Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota - Travel Video - Travel Video.
VHS. AAA. The Western Great Lakes, Lakes Superior and Michigan, distinguish the area's three states: Wisconsin, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. Formed by Ice Age glaciers, miles of navigable waterways and important ports provide endless opportunities for year-round recreation. Trace the history of Abraham Lincoln, the legendary lumberjack Paul Bunyan, Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus. Or ponder modern wonders like the river that flows backwards and the world's tallest building. This captivating 60-minute informational video provides an inspiring preview for your own exploration of this diverse region.