It was like my own brewery. Special order, poured and sealed in my own can at Tumbled Rock Brewery & Kitchen. Mike Kinsman, a manager at the Tumbled Rock showed me how anyone can order from their car, have a personalized message written on their beer and have a new adventure. What a great gift idea!! Tumbled Rock will open with limited seating on Tuesday the 26th. Once again you can sit inside, smell the pizza oven, relax and have a beer. Meanwhile, drive out and order a Crowler and have it personalized. Photos by: Bill Johnsen... See MoreSee Less
I tried to trim my own beard. Turns out I need a adult.
I hear you, Bill. I am shaggy too, awaiting my local haircut, not to mention haven't been shaving, just occasionally trimming face to quietly support restaurants and bars, other small businesses until they can open up inside patronage
I see its hanging In your eyes
You don't have that much hair kid.
Grab a chair and a Snickers bar..it's going to be awhile.
I really appreciate you posting all the bridge photos. Thank you 😁 They're so interesting, it's almost like being there.
Right behind my house almost wish someone would have put it to a vote of maybe I missed it. Our ecosystem has already taken a big hit when they took out the dam that was never going to stand up. ya right! It was guessed that it was built so well it would have stayed in good shape for more than a couple of hundred of yrs. Hmmm, maybe river traffic that was hoped to raise income was more important than nature as usual.They couldn't get the dam out for weeks. Pounding and poundingl at it scare the natural wild life far afield and I am sure no one consulted the aquatic life when they had to use lots of dynamite to get anywhere with it's deconstruction. The water level disappeared never rising back to it's original height.
Well the next flood will probably wash that bridge away. Someone else can enjoy the disruption of their environment. I like the song birds, Sandhill cranes, turkeys , turtles and other small creatures that inhabit the area and depends on the river for way of life and safety. Natural areas are melting away or being intruded on at an alarming rate. So where does the yellow brick bridge lead to?
Claire Bicknell Catie Gissal
Now if they wouldve just left the damn in the river there that would of been the foundation of the bridge and it would of saved tax payers money . Again listening to advice from the DNR .
A New Bridge party is in order!!!
where is this
I was just going to ask where the bridge is
Looks like the back corner of the parking lot of circus world Debra Krueger YngsdalTim Smith
Cool pictures Bill!
Jalain Reppen this is what’s going on by the circus parking lot!