December 2014

Found 5 blog entries for December 2014.

Olbrich Botanical Gardens - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kfcasper/14738107632

The Olbrich Botanical Gardens is a 16-acre large outdoor garden featuring Midwest plants and stunning landscapes. It’s a free attraction open every day for the public. You’ll see prairie style architecture, a Thai Pavilion and Garden, a rose garden and an innovative tropical garden. Along with beautiful gardens and landscape, you can take advantage of the gift shop, meeting rooms and horticultural library. Here is a look at what you can enjoy at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens.

What to expect at Olbrich

Inside the Botanical Gardens you’ll find the Bolz Conservatory. Inside this 50ft tall sunny glass pyramid you’ll find the diverse tropical plants, free-flying birds, rushing waterfall and blooming orchids. You’ll get to see the plants on which

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Restaurant

Madison, WI is a city full of great restaurants. It’s hard to narrow down the best ones when there are some many options. This list will look at some of the best restaurants for most appeal and great reputations. If you’re looking for great flavors, a wonderful experience and some of the most popular options, check out these top restaurants in Madison.

Harvest – 21 North Pinckney Street

For American cuisine, check out Harvest on North Pinckney. They are open all week for dinner. This is one of the most elegant dining rooms in town with a chef trained at L’Etoile. You’ll experience fresh, seasonable ingredients with a beautiful presentation. During the warm weather season you can sit on the sidewalk dining area. Enjoy features like the Black

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Middleton Recreation - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/salford_ian/4161113566

Middleton, WI is an area with plenty of recreational activities to enjoy. People of all ages and interests can find fun things to do in this area. It’s a family-friendly community with water activities to enjoy, a golf course and a bike park. Here is a look at some of the great things you can enjoy in Middleton while living here.

Middleton Sport Bowl – 6815 University Avenue

Bowling fans can check out Middleton Sport Bowl. They have bowling lanes and bumper bowling for kids. They also feature a multi-level sports bar with four big HDTV screens. You can bring a group of up to 50 people. It’s the perfect place to spend an afternoon or evening with friends and family.

Mendota County Park & Campground – County Highway M

You can take the whole

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National Mustard Museum - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/eblake/14452180087

The National Mustard Museum is the world’s largest collection of mustards and its memorabilia. The founder of the museum is Barry Levenson who opened the museum in 1992 after leaving his job as an assistant attorney general for the state of Wisconsin.

The Museum has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Jeopardy! and many other national television programs. The museum contains over 5,676 mustards from every state and over 70 countries. Here is a look at what you can expect while visiting the National Mustard Museum.

About the Museum

The museum contains over 5,676 mustards, a collection of vintage advertisements, vintage jars, antique tins and more. The museum has been the host of the National Mustard Day festival since 1991. The museum is

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Home

It won't be long before winter is here, along with the ice, snow and cold. Living in a colder climate means you need to know how to prepare your home for the lower temperatures. Here are a few things you can do to winterize your home before the sub-zero temperatures roll in.

Check the Heating System

At least once a year, you should change the filter on your furnace and have the system checked. This will ensure you don't have to deal with the cold without a proper working heating system.

Block Fireplaces you won't be Using

If you have a fireplace you don't use, you want to block it off. This will keep the warm air in and keep it from escaping through the fireplace you don't plan to use. You can block it by putting a decorative fireplace

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