On a snowy winter day, I headed over to Waupaca, Wisconsin, for a photo shoot at the beautiful Green Fountain Inn.
I love bed and breakfasts: the entire vibe, the food, the history. This one was no exception!
The bedrooms were all so unique and interesting- I wish I was staying the night!
Part of my excitement in this place was that they are known for both their baked goods and their tea. I love both, and I especially love shooting baked goods.
Cindy, the owner, was such a delight. She even fed me creme brûlée for breakfast!
I’m such a spoiled girl. At least I know it! Cindy boxed up a scone with lemon curd and some hot soup for me to take home. Thanks for your hospitality, Cindy!
It was an action-packed week, from a visit to my favorite frozen yogurt place and being literally picked up by a retired Packer player…
…to a snowy run with Carmel on Rib Mountain…
…to a cozy gift for Abbie from our clients, Lindsey and Derek (remember their wedding?)…
…and dressing to the nines for Sunday church.
I topped off the week with a short shoot at The Sky Club, featuring their old fashioneds. I feel like every supper club in Wisconsin features their old fashioneds, but that is okay with me. 🙂 Whether you like it with whiskey or brandy, sweet or sour, Wisconsin is the place to be.
Up next? An adventure in Madison, and spring fever sets in.
Miles this year: 66