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Monthly Archives: August 2017

Walking Neenah

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Five Minutes Away We all live such busy lives, it seems impossible to find any time to step away from it all. Just a block from my house, I trod along down a mottled sidewalk. Glancing up, I find a seemingly endless row of trees; now, in the early summer, lush foliage reaches out in… read more

Walking Neenah

Posted on by Future Neenah

Kimberly Point Breathtaking sights, waterways, trails… While I have been living here for more than half of my life, I am still surprised to find something new every day. There is so much to explore, it takes so long to go everywhere and embrace everything there is here to see. A commonly known place in… read more

Walking Neenah

Posted on by Future Neenah

When my parents moved to Mahler Farms Subdivision in 2000, they nicknamed it Pleasantville after a 1998 movie set in a 1950’s Midwestern town where everything is seemingly perfect. If you take a 20 minute stroll around the 1.3 mile path that surrounds the neighborhood, you will quickly understand their comparison. Bill Miller Trail is… read more