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Wisconsin trip is eye-opener

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Cherry trees grow in orchards in Wisconsin much like peaches do in Borth Louisiana. There are about 2,200 acres of orchards that are harvested from mid-July to August each summer.

When I found an invitation in my in-box for a Wisconsin tour that included ice fishing and
snowmobile riding, I assumed I’d act polite and appear interested through the other events on the agenda that Geiger and Associates public relations firm had put together for the writers. I signed on mainly because of the outdoors stuff I’d get to do and accepted the fact I’d figuratively have to endure the commercials to get to the good stuff.

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