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Walking -- and eating -- around Geneva Lake, Wis.

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In today's paper I wrote about a fantastic 21-mile walk around Geneva Lake.

I can't recommend this walk enough, especially if you like to challenge yourself by spending 8 or so hours on your feet.

All that exercise left me incredibly sore -- and hungry. I had a massage at the Abbey Resort's Avani Spa to take care of the sore part. And I had a great dinner at a classic Wisconsin supper club to take care of the hungry part. The restaurant is called Duck Inn, and it's in nearby Delevan, (608) 883-6988. It's got the wood paneling, tons of fake ducks all over the place, baskets of crackers on the tables....you get the idea.

Duck Inn has some great steak and fish for equally great prices. It was just what I needed to fill up the fuel tank after circumnavigating Wisconsin's fourth-deepest lake.

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Hi Lori, Thanks for the fun article on the Lake Path aka ' walk, talk and gawk' tour. Visitor's to Lake Geneva can pick up pamphlets regarding the path. The little booklet spells out history on the real estate they are walking by along with access points around the Lake. Really handy if you don't want to tackle the whole 21..... There is always something to do in the Lake Geneva area year round!

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