However, your beloved Fountain Lake, in Marquette County, Wisconsin is still open to the public. Personally, I don’t like the retained name, Ennis Lake, after the last property owner. Reminds me of people in our government, some just have a desire to overshadow those that will really leave the larger footprints in history. I lift my travel mug of home-brewed Starbuck’s decaf Italian and thank you for many of my remarkable good mornings in and out of the wetlands of central Wisconsin.
I apologize for not pinging the other participants in the challenges – my computer is pretty much shot and I have very little search and mouse functions.
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i like this pic Charly… wowww
Thank you, I appreciate your input. Wish my computer would let me visit the other blogs without getting stuck. Hope to see you again soon.
So happy you stopped by my neighborhood (virtual though it might be from yours). I popped over to yours as well. Love the bit of humor you show in your writing. Hope to see you again 🙂