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To the Cable Area Chamber,
We rode our bikes around the Chequamegon-Nicolet Forest Tour that we found on the state web site. We turned the ride into a figure 8 by adding a beautiful extra loop around Namekagon and Garden Lakes as shown on the enclosed map. I think you should expand the route on the state web site to include this extra loop. It is truly a beautiful area and adds some good condition, paved roads for those looking for longer mileage.
Along the way we stopped for lunch at the Garmisch Inn. We found it in your Vacation & Travel guide and had marked it on our map. We were very pleased with the excellent food and friendly staff. We will recommend the Garmisch Inn to anyone looking for a place to eat or stay. We will return!" - Sincerely, Gerald Bauer
"People dream of places like this." - Wisconsin's Former First Lady Jessica Doyle
"Thanks for keeping us posted on the trail conditions. We live in Illinois and it's nice to get your reports. Thanks again" - Mark Pieri
"Thank you for all of the good updates!" -Brian Nesius, Sauk Rapids, MN
"Thanks for the updates, we had a good time with good people! See you camping this summer!" -anonymous
"Thank you so much for the updates through the winter!!! We can't wait until July to come again!!!" - Bev O'Brien
"Thank you for the snow report! I really appreciate it." - Bob Dentel, Victor, Iowa
"While traveling with Governor Doyle, I had the pleasure to witness first-hand the remarkable things happening right now in Cables tourism and business community", Tourism Secretary Kelli A. Trumble said. "The grand opening of a full service medical clinic, a $1.8 million expansion of the Cable Natural History Museum and variety of new businesses and restaurants springing up all point to the optimism and business confidence of a community invested in growing its economy. All of which is being strategically led by the Cable Area Chamber of Commerce and its proactive approach to fostering partnerships and helping businesses expand and develop".
"I want to thank whomever is responsible for this report for being very fair and honest over the years in the reporting of Cable area trail conditions.
"I stopped first in to the Cable Lumber yard to check it out, Nice place, with everything anyone could possible need. In chatting with the friendly fellow there, discovering that several of his relatives work at the same school that I do, and then meeting a nice gal that stopped in to exclaim that the post office wasn't open until 10:00 am, I asked where it was, as that was my next stop. She gladly gave me directions, reminding me that it wasn't open until 10 and closed at 11! QUAINT! LOVED IT. I made my way to the post office only to see people bustling about with their packages. I truely felt like I was in a Hallmark Christmas movie! LOL! I then headed out to Mulberry Street and found two wonderful presents among the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Awesome place. I then had a nice chat with the gal in the Pine Needles Yarn Store, making another Christmas purchase and headed into Whispering Pines Gift and Gallery with the Bluemoon Pottery spot on the corner and a nice chat with the gal there, I headed into the Candle Cottage store only to see that if I needed to purchase anything, I would have to walk next door! WOW! What great small town charm and security! This place is outstanding! I finished off my visit by picking up my husband after his wonderful Massage at MoveTrue Massage, and we had a spectacular Mocha at the Brick House. Love the memorial to the Armed Forces in the town square and the Cable Natural History Museum has provided wonderful memories in the past with my granddaughters. Having grown up in the area and graduated from Drummond High School, I am very proud to be back in this wonderful area and call it HOME!" - Cindy Boles