Named for the green-tinted streaks that stripe its bay in the springtime, Green Bay is Wisconsin’s oldest settlement and is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, waterfront district, breweries, cheese tasting, unique shops and great local dining.
I’d visit the the Packers Pro Shop, tailgate at Debbie Jacques “Under the Lights of Lambeau” home, which is diagonal from Lambeau Field, and either attend a game or go to training camp.
But something odd happened on my visit during the summer of 2017.
I repeatedly uttered three words: “Huh, who knew?”
Who knew there was this much to do in Green Bay, besides watch Packer football?