The Wimberleys' Magnets
Devil's Lake, Wisconsin
Devil's Lake resides in a canyon carved by glacial activity during the last Ice Age. It became part of Wisconsin's third state park in 1911, and remains the largest and most visited. I had heard about it from an outdoorsy friend before I even planned on moving to Wisconsin because it is so unlike what a person unfamiliar with the geography of the state would expect: steep, rocky hills, a stark contrast to a popular image of Wisconsin as one big cow pasture.
The magnet depicts the park's famous Balanced Rock, and celebrates 100 years since the area's designation as a state park.
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