Fill in the blank: My ideal bye week would be spent in Wisconsin doing _________.
No. 84 Jared Abbrederis – Hunting. Should be a good time for deer hunting around the bye week.
No. 42 Morgan Burnett – Hanging out with my 5 year-old son.
No. 10 Matt Flynn – Hunting.
No. 33 Micah Hyde – Eating some cheese curds. I love those things. Those things are great.
No. 8 Tim Masthay – I would spend a few days in Door County doing all the touristy things. I would also go golfing and spend a few days in Milwaukee.
No. 12 Aaron Rodgers – Golf at Whistling Straits, The Bull, the River Course, and a round at Green Bay Country Club. And maybe head up to Door County and get a round in at Horseshoe Bay.
No. 21 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix – I’d go fishing.
Wisconsin offers four seasons of exploring, adventuring, and enjoying all there is to do in Wisconsin. Who knew Wisconsin was a premier destination for lighthouses, waterfalls, caves, world class fishing, re-living (and making) history, professional sports, and the arts at their finest? Each season has something special to offer, but there’s something very magical about witnessing fall in Wisconsin and viewing Mother Nature’s spectacular colors. Wisconsin’s true colors shine September through October. Leaves start to change in Northern Wisconsin first, traditionally mid-September through early October. Earlier fall destinations include scenic Door County, Eagle River, Hayward, and Bayfield. As colors make their way down the rest of the state, it’s truly a sight to see from the Great River Road National Scenic Byway to the beauty of the Wisconsin Dells. Fall festivals celebrate everything from red cranberries to amber ales.
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