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Devil's Lake State Park, Baraboo, Wisconsin Royalty Free Stock Photo
Aldo Leopold Center - Baraboo, Wisconsin Royalty Free Stock Photo
Stone steps in Baraboo, WI Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fall Leaves at Pewits Nest, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA Royalty Free Stock Photo
Baraboo rock climbing at Devils Lake Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fall Leaves at Pewits Nest, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fall Leaves at Pewits Nest, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA Royalty Free Stock Photo
Courtyard of Home Range Hall in Baraboo, Wisconsin
Baraboo rock climbing at Devils Lake Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fall Leaves at Pewits Nest, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA Royalty Free Stock Photo
Italianate in Baraboo Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fall Leaves at Pewits Nest, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA Royalty Free Stock Photo
Devil's Doorway, Baraboo, Wisconsin Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fall Leaves at Pewits Nest, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fall Leaves at Pewits Nest, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA Royalty Free Stock Photo
The beautiful courtyard with native plantings at the Home Range Hall at the Aldo Leopold Center in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Designed for three-season use, the hall is mostly heated and cooled naturally. From June through September, screened windows are left open to provide fresh air from outside. In early spring and late fall, storm windows are installed to help insulate the space. A wood stove is the only heat source on chilly days. The purple lupines were in full bloom in this photo.


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