August 16, 2011

Five Fun Places to Have Your Picture Taken

Why not make your vacation pics as memorable as possible

Take some pictures of yourself at these five unusual locations. When you post your shots on Facebook, your friends will say, “Where were you?”

Sunny the Sunfish in Onalaska, WISunny the Sunfish in Onalaska
This giant sunfish sculpture is set on the bluff, high above beautiful Lake Onalaska, which is a 7,700-acre pool on the Mississippi River. Have your picture taken with the colorful fish and then enjoy a sunset over the river. Located on Hwy 35, just north of Onalaska.

Giant Musky in Boulder JunctionGiant Musky in Boulder Junction
Where would you expect to see a 30-foot musky? In the Musky Capital of the World®, of course! Stop by Lakes Propane Gas in Boulder Junction and snap a picture of yourself next to the giant fish painted on a huge LP tank.

The Rhinelander HodagHodag in Rhinelander 
Located next to the Rhinelander Visitor Center, you’ll find a huge replica of the area’s most famous inhabitant. If you haven’t heard about the Hodag, he’s an elusive woodland creature that plays pranks on unwitting visitors to the Northwoods.

Beer Museum in Potosi, WIGiant Bottle of Beer in Potosi on the Wisconsin Great River Road 
Wisconsin is beer country, so it’s no surprise that the Badger State is home to what is, arguably, the largest beer bottle in the world. Have your photo snapped next to this monstrous bottle and then stop by the nearby Potosi Brewery Museum. It’s all located along the Wisconsin Great River Road.

Train car in LadysmithTrains in Ladysmith in Rusk County
Ladysmith was once a major transportation center for shipping lumber throughout the Midwest. Today, that railroad history is preserved in a number of train engines and train cars located throughout the community. Your first stop in town should be the Visitor Center, which is located in a replica Soo Line Train depot.

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