This Sugar Shack dedicated to Bob Bayer . . .

Photographed October 22, 2014
Erected 2014 by Richfield Historical Society
Richfield Historical Park
Richfield, Washington County, Wisconsin
43.265699,-88.256073 (entrance to the park)
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This Sugar Shack
is dedicated to
Bob Bayer
for his years of service to
Richfield Historical Society.
Year after year, Bob has been the driving force
behind tapping the trees, making the syrup,
hosting hundreds of families and
teaching the art of maple syrup making.
He has also led the work crew that
maintains this historical park.
Thanks to Bob, many are able to enjoy and appreciate
the grounds and the preservation of
history contained within these buildings.
 July 2014

The marker is located at Richfield Historical Park. The entrance to the park is located on eastbound Pleasant Hill Road, between Wisconsin Highway 154 (to the west) and Hillside Road (to the east), Richfield, Wisconsin 53076.
This a fabulous property -- scenic, serene, and beautiful, with numerous historical buildings and markers.  One road winds through the park, so it's impossible to miss any of the stops documented on this post.

Richfield Historical Park is owned and managed by the Richfield Historical Society. Currently, the Historical Society is working hard to build a restoration fund to get the historic Messer / Mayer Mill grinding again. Click here to learn more about the Mill's history and the restoration project.

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