There is so much beauty to be found in Wisconsin. It is easy to take this beauty for granted when we live in it on a day to to day basis. All we have to do is stop and open our eyes and pay attention. Yesterday while I was driving to the grocery store I suddenly stopped and paid attention to this river that I had driven past many times. Here is a little bit of history about this river: "The Straight River flows through the Straight River Tunnel Channel, a well-preserved glacial tunnel flanked by the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. This tunnel channel was formed between 15,000-18,000 years ago, near the end of the most recent Ice Age. During this time, melt water from deep beneath the layer of ice on the glacier's surface was forced under extreme pressure towards the glacier's margin. The Straight River Tunnel Channel is considered to be the finest example of this rare glacial phenomenon in Wisconsin." ~ Wikipedia 1.29.2020
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