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Dickeyville Grotto, Dickeyville, Wisconsin "Many of the people who immigrated here came from a culture where it was normal to promise to build something big if your prayers were answered," said Timmerman. "I believe the tradition dates back to the time of the European plagues. People, entire villages, would vow that if they were saved from the plague they would build a shrine in thanks. "Plus, some people just like to build stuff," Timmerman added. "It's in their nature."

Dickeyville Grotto, Dickeyville, Wisconsin "Many of the people who immigrated here came from a culture where it was normal to promise to build something big if your prayers were answered," said Timmerman. "I believe the tradition dates back to the time of the European plagues. People, entire villages, would vow that if they were saved from the plague they would build a shrine in thanks. "Plus, some people just like to build stuff," Timmerman added. "It's in their nature."

This is Wolf's Neck, Freeport, Maine - Matt and Elle lived on this peninsula along the Maine coast.

Freeport, Maine

This is Wolf's Neck, Freeport, Maine - Matt and Elle lived on this peninsula along the Maine coast.