The Cabin

The Cabin

Welcome to The Cabin, a weekly podcast produced by the crew that brings you the nation’s longest-running tourism TV show, Discover Wisconsin. Joined by producers, travel experts and tourism leaders, hosts Mariah Haberman and Eric Paulsen take you behind-the-scenes to the heart of the Midwest.... Show More
June 30, 2020 43 min

The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Outagamie County.

Campfire Conversation: This one is for all of the Wisconsin history buffs, today we're talking about the best Wisconsin towns to visit to dive into your love of history.

War of 1812 Battle at Prairie du Chien (Villa Louis)

Feuding separate towns that eventually became Milwaukee by 1846 (Juneautown, Kilbourntown, Walkers Point)

Sputnik piece crash-landing in Manitowoc in 1962

Peshtigo Fire (same day as Chicago Fire: October 8, 1871)

Blues Music History in Grafton and Port Washington (Paramount Records)

Pepin County -  The legend of the Maiden Rock

Janesville/Milton Area - Rock County 

Behind-the-Scenes:  This weeks BTS segment is going to be a little different now that we're officially out of Season 33 premiere season. But, we are joined by Series Producer Jessica Murphy and  Motion Media Manager Teddy Maier to talk highlights.

Know Your Wisconsin: Dirt Track Racing

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