As we travel, one of the joys is to learn something about the communities we visit. A short time ago,I took a 20 mile drive and wandered around the city of Plymouth, Wisconsin admiring its "walldog murals". You may ask, "What're walldogs"? The term "walldogs" refers to group of artists who painted the 21 colorful murals recently added to the buildings of downtown Plymouth in celebration of the city's history. I had an enjoyable afternoon taking photos, occasionally returning friendly greetings, and just visually exploring. Some of the walldogs's works were in obvious locations, easily see. Others were found in narrow alleyways. The whole experience was a treasure hunt of sorts.
The walldogs' murals in these photos were some of my favorites, but there are many more. It you'd like to see others and also learn a bit about Plymouth, Wisconsin (at one time the Cheese Exchange Capitol of the U.S.A.) you could follow this link:
Just a few more weeks before my next European adventure. The focus will be Ireland-a week in western County Claire and another in Dublin and surrounding areas. There'll also be a side trip to the Isle of Wight to see friends.
Thanks for stopping by, feel free to come again. As always, any visitor comment is appreciated. May your own travels be interesting and enjoyable.