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
July 7, 2020 42 min

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

Campfire Conversation: This week we're talking Wisconsin's Best Bites - Drive In Edition. Mullin’s Short Stop (Columbus), Arty & Ed’s (Oshkosh), The Kiltie, Oconomowoc, Wayne’s Drive-In, Cedarburg, The Albatross, Washington Island, The Spot, Kenosha, Andy’s Drive-In, Kenosha, Gus’ Drive-In, East Troy, Annie’s Burger Town, Elkhorn, Charlie’s Drive-In, Greenville, Dick’s Drive-In, Kaukauna, The Drive-In, Grantsburg (sister location in Taylors Falls, MN), Rumble Seats, Spring Green.

Behind-the-Scenes:  We're lifting the curtain this week and we're joined by Discover Wisconsin Senior Editor Sam Troz to dive into the world of post production. Once the footage is acquired and the episode outline is set, it's officially time for the edit to start. Interested in learning more about editing? Check out these resources: Rocket Jump Film School and

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