It was, I have to say it, "One of the wettest the U.S. has ever seen from the standpoint of water."
|Where there's a tent there's something on sale|
Next time, it's the scenic short way. Or maybe I could just call and ask, "Do you have any shoes?" and "How do you get there?"
|Built ten years after Friedrich Matz came back from the Civil War (1852), it burned down in 1949|
We came up along 19 past Indian Lake and the Matz Farmstead. Matz mustered right here at Camp Randall. Go Badgers!
|Frederich Matz traveled from Landsendorf, Germany (population 130) to Milwaukee (600k)) to the Town of Berry, (1,188). Take that, people who call Milwaukee a small town. Go Brewers? They're an NL Wildcard team so okay, sure|
Information about the Matz Farm was taken from the Historial Marker Database. Not permanently, I mean they can have it back.