This is the Alma, WI lock and dam. A fishing float is nearby. Alma is long and narrow. It is two streets wide but has few cross streets because of the steep bluff. Instead of cross streets they have a lot of stair cases. The town was started by two guys that cut wood for steam boats. Eventually, they got a brewery and a couple of cigar makers. Coming down the bluff from above Alma. Near Alma. Tundra swans migrate down the river and stack up in a rest area (slough) near Alma every fall. Big birds. Neat to see. Much of this region up and down the river is part of a refuge. Any Little House on the Prairie Fans? I didn't think so . . . Some of you folks that ride the river road might recognize this open air bar/restaurant. Open air is not a good concept for much of the year in Wisconsin . . . But, it is a popular place seasonally. Speaking of bars, how about a floating bar built on a barge? A woman jumped off this bluff. Marital trouble.