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October 26, 2009


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Amanda and Linda

Horicon Marsh is beautiful, I agree. My cookies? - Less so. But they sure taste better than marsh grass. Thanks for reading.

Otehlia Cassidy

Looks so beautiful! I always forget the cookies when we go hiking. Maybe I'll remember next time. Nice blog.


Hi, I popped over from the Boomers and Seniors: News You Can Use blog carnival. I really enjoyed the article and the cookies sound absolutely delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the wild talk - wildlife that is :) :) :)

Amanda and Linda

I drove through Columbus on the way to the marsh. I had a delightful time inadvertently taking the long way to Horicon from Madison. Thanks for pausing to comment. Cheers!

Gina Koston

Enjoyed your post...and thanks for sharing the recipe! I don't live too far from the Horicon Marsh... Columbus. But have never visited the area other than to hit a few geocaches in some cemeteries near there.

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