WISCONSIN is our 30th State (1848). Capital: Madison. Has 1,449 square miles of inland water and is popular all-season playground. State Fish: Muskellunge. Among the many other things for which it's known, Wisconsin is
Ariaoona is a young state but an old country. Organized as a territory in 1863, it became a state in 1912. It is a state of contrast. While mountains tower over a mile high; the rivers have cut miles deep into the earth. Modern planes fly over Indian lands where people live as they did hundreds of years ago. There are great desert areas but the state has the world's ;argest [ome fprest/ Ancient civilizations have come and gone but they left their mark in the state. There were the Ancient Ones who built irrigation projects and built cliff dwellings. When we talk of an Arizonian who do we mean, the Indians who were here first, or Mexicans, who may be descended from seventeenth century invaders? Do we speak of the pioneer who had to fight every step he went west, or do we talk of the person who came here in the 1950s and '60s . . .M.P.
Whimsical scarecrows invite all to stroll among thousands of huge orange pumpkins and share in a Vermont Harvest Tradition. Featured in Vermont Life Magazine as "The Favorite Pumpkin Patch." Equinox Valley Nursery , Historic Rt. 7A, Manchester, Vt.
Restaurant - Open Air Farmer's Market - Wine and Cheese Shop
Located at the intersection of Highways 1 and 156 in Castroville on Monterey Bay - This unique center offers farm fresh produce, imported cheeses, wines and gifts, plus field fresh artichokes year round.
BICYCLING and HORSEBACK RIDING are very popular with visitors at Cook Forest State Park on State Route 36 between Brookville and Tionesta, Pa. All roads in the park are available for bicycling while 5 miles of bridal trail as well as several forest roads provide enjoyable horseback riding.
A combination of limousine comfort and roominess with moderate overall length. Luxuriously appointed with seat pockets, special fabrics and beauty vanity. Powered by the famous Thunderbolt V8 engine. Options: supercharge high performance engine, power steering, disc brakes, bucket seats and sliding Skytop Sunroof.
Late in August of each year, visitors from all over the world travel to Winslow and on to the Hopi villages to witness the most spectacular religious rite in the world, the Hopi Snake Dance. The ceremony is a prayer for rain and is performed with live rattlesnakes. A caravan sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce leaves Winslow on the morning of each dance. Anyone interested in traveling with the caravan (for which there is no charge) may write the Chamber of Commerce, Winslow, Arizona, and will be notified of the exact dates.