Even though sunshine is preferable, it didn’t matter if it rained or shined when we visited a number of places. Sometimes, we were lucky and the rain stopped just before we arrived.
We’ve perused the gallery at the Flying Pig Gallery & Greenspace in Algoma and enjoyed the garden as well.
We’ve viewed the exhibits at Circus World Museum in Baraboo and cheered the acts in the Hippodrome.
|Can you see Rick at the top of the elephant?|
We’ve applauded last summer’s production of Cheeseheads, the Musical from American Folklore Theater at Peninsula State Park. Because the stage is outdoors, weather is always an issue. It was raining the evening we arrived. However, about 15 minutes before the “curtain” was raised the clouds parted, the stage was mopped up, and the show went on.
We’ve not worried about the weather at Big Top Chautauqua because the performances are under a big blue tent. If you want to experience a great evening in a beautiful location, there’s still about a month left of BTC’s 25th anniversary season.
Rain or shine, wanderers in Wisconsin will find a place to see or something to do.