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Drunken’ Junkin’ tour coming soon to Waupaca County!

Friday, May 1st, 2015

Perhaps your looking for something new and different to do right here in Waupaca County.  Here it is, announcing the Drunken’ Junkin’ tour right in the heart of Waupaca County.  Ladies it is more fun to share this time with friends, so gather up the gals and grab your tickets for the Drunken’ Junkin’ tour, complete with stops in Weyauwega, New London, Manawa and Iola.  Have fun seeing all the treasures at Gold n Country and seeking out the unique at Water Street Vintage, Back Again Furniture and a few sips at Winemaker’s Daughter and enjoying the quaint downtown shopping experience of The Flower Pot, Simply Inspired, Old Country Barn and a refueling at Oh My Goodness and complete with a tour and a takeaway of a beautiful Victorian Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Manawa, and so much more!

Sips and Giggles

Friday, May 1st, 2015

 

On Wednesday May 27, 2015 come and have a few “Sips and Giggles” at Winemaker’s Daughter in beautiful downtown Manawa, starting at 7 p.m.  This event will be featuring Nick Wallander, Craig Knitt, Steve Sorenson and Sean Yahn! Come on out and enjoy a glass of wine and some nibbles and a laugh or two.  All proceeds will go to fund Saharra Lane’s upcoming People to People Ambassador Program!

A beautiful evening on the Wolf River

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

 

I so enjoyed spending time with friends at their home on the river tonight.  We sat on the patio having drinks and a nosh and waited for the rain to clear so we could take the kayaks down to the river.  Diana’s mom Ahnna and her husband Ken have a beautiful place on the river, a gorgeous yard, which I understood from Ahnna is due to Ken and his green thumb.  Once the rain passed, we grabbed the kayaks and Ann and Diana kayaked around the bend in the river and back. Now to say that I went that far kayaking would be–oh I don’t know–not true.  However once I figured out how I was going to get into the kayak, which I know sounds pretty easy and maybe it is.  For me though I had to figure out how not to come into contact with the water…right away.  So once in the kayak, and Ahnna kept talking about I needed a life jacket and could I swim, sheesh, it was making me nervous.  Bless her heart, jeepers creepers I needed to get more comfortable in the kayak.  I am not going to lie, there were some tippy moments, I made the gals nervous but it all worked out.  Paddled around a bit not far from the dock I must admit, but more than I actually thought I would.  I mean let’s be honest, I thought the only place I would wind up in is the river, but that didn’t happen, woot woot!

Once back to the dock, now I had to figure out how I was going to get out without taking the proverbial bath, and that isn’t necessarily an easy thing getting out of a kayak takes a bit of finesse, and then there was the way I did it.  Which I kept dry and hoisted myself out of the kayak, of course with Ahnna and Diana holding the kayak steady and Ann in her kayak on the side.  It helps to have the support of good friends whenever trying anything new.  The support of good friends is important always.

So thanks to Diana, Ann and Ahnna for such a fun evening.  Diana and Ann are the best, such fun and up for any adventure.  Thank you to Ken and Ahnna for opening your beautiful home to us and letting us experience if just for a little while, life on the river.

 

 

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