By bnitz on Dec 14, 2006
I recently returned from a short visit to Wisconsin. For us, autumn became winter mid-afternoon on Wednesday the 29th of November 2006. The wind came round from the north and the temperature dropped dramatically. 15 inches of snow fell over the next 24 hours. Our daughter really enjoyed it. We returned home to a rainy and very windy Ireland.
Does this look familiar? Do you mean there is similar capital dome somewhere outside of Madison, Wisconsin? Because Wisconsin's capital is politically a few corn-rows to the left of much of the "heart of America", locals sometimes refer to Madison as "72 square miles surrounded by reality."
Isn't this the way it should be?