It isn’t hard to coax a Wisconsonite (Wisconsonian?) outside in any season, but when Spring is this beautiful – you know a blog post is coming. Check out a treasure in central south Wisconsin!

So lovely, I had to include two photos of it!

So lovely, I had to include two photos of it!

About jetsytravels

I travel a lot and want to travel even more. I really enjoy it! I have no travel expertise or special knowledge. I do have opinions, observations, impressions and photographs to share. If I am not particularly edifying - perhaps I will be entertaining! Who am I? I have an MBA and founded a catalog business about 17 years ago, called Isla, now also online as I am a wife, and mother of two grown (nearly) sons. I split my residential time between Puerto Rico and Wisconsin.

3 responses »

  1. Geoff Parker says:

    You may not be aware that your appreciation for Lake Kegonsa was shared by our ancestors. Yes, George S. and Martha owned a get-away home there for years. Once they bought and built the “Stonehenge” property on the outskirts of Janesville, the Kegonsa home was sold. But they and all three children spent many enjoyable hours savoring the pleasures of Lake Kegonsa.

    • jetsytravels says:

      No, I didn’t know that! Thanks. Do you have any pictures of them there by any a chance? And you wouldn’t know the address would you? I took a detour around the residential part of the lake (by accident) so I saw a lot of homes, mostly all modern,though.

      • Geoff Parker says:

        I don’t have a photo handy but I’ll put finding one of my list and send it.
        Address .. nothing visible in photos but I have driven through the area trying to find a match … and had not seen obvious lookalikes. If their house is still there I’m sure it would have been remodeled and may not be recognizable.

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