Also, apparently you can’t camp one mile upstream or downstream from the beach. We didn’t see any obvious signs but maybe they’re posted in conspicuous places on those surrounding islands.
Normally, three-day weekends on the Wisconsin are really busy. The horizon was often dotted with canoes and kayaks but it didn’t feel as crowded as the Gotham to Boscobel trip, which also may have been a result of the high water we’ve had recently.
Power outages were reported in the area after the explosion, but electricity has since been restored.
Didion is a family-owned business that employs around 175 people and has four locations across Wisconsin.
An explosion at a corn milling plant in Cambria on Wednesday has left one dead, two missing and 11 injured, officials said.
Multiple fire departments and more than four helicopters were called to the Didion Milling plant in the 500 block of Williams Street at 11pm, but rescuers struggled to get into the burning building.'The big thing everyone has to realize is the fire was still active,' Columbia County Sheriff Dennis Richards told Channel 3000.
Two of those people walked away uninjured, NBC reported.
We were told we had already seen the best of the Lower Wisconsin Riverway but this is definitely a worthy paddle.
It’s incredibly scenic, there is lots of wildlife and plenty of places to camp.
The blaze at the site, which prepares corn products for conversion into ethanol at another plant and operates 24 hours a day, was contained by Thursday morning.
Officials said that the ethanol plant, which is situated across the road, is not in danger and that there is no threat from chemicals or fumes to the general public.