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long-time friendship with Personalized Tours of Waldo. “We partner with them for the complete type of tour,” Schmidt said.

The two entities are partnering for a June 25-28 adventure featuring “Gardens and Quilts of the Indiana Amish.” Participants can enjoy the colorful patchwork gardens along the Heritage Trail, each offering its own intricate pattern.

Travelers will be able to check out the mechanical works of art, see the Classic Car Cruise In and much more. The tour offers a delightful summer getaway.

Another tour planned this late summer is the “D. C. in Detail trip Aug. 31 to Sept. 8. It’s a great time of year to visit the nation’s capital and Baltimore, MD, with many new attractions. The tour is personalized and offers a sufficient amount of time to dive into seeing the sites around our capital.

Shorter stints

Through its connections with Nationwide Travel, based in Appleton, Tri-County Tours can also offer shorter travel experiences.

Each spring and fall, Tri-County Tours presents a showcase tour. On Sunday, Mar. 30, Tri-County Tours is offering the chicken dinner and Sons of the Pioneers show in Appleton.

Other tours through Nationwide include a four-day July “Laura Little Houses Tour” which includes travel to Pepin, WI and South Dakota, touring homes of the Laura Ingalls Wilder family along the way. A tour of the Thomas Redlin Art Museum is also included in this trip.

German music lovers can sign up for the Bavarian Festival Tour to Frankenmuth, MI. The trip includes transport across Lake Michigan on the SS. Badger ferry and motorcoach comfort to the lovely flower-laden Bavarian city of Frankenmuth.

Door-to-door service

Group travel through Tri-County Tours offers door-to-door service for travelers departing on four day tours anywhere in a 25 mile radius of New Holstein.

Tri-County Tours also offers some ability to assist in finding room sharing opportunities for solo travelers of the same gender.

With Mayflower, the Guarshare program guarantees opportunities to travel at the shared rate without extra charges.

Travel show open house

Whether you are looking for you next simple excursion, or the chance to cross something off your bucket list, group travel could be your answer.

One of the best opportunities to learn about this year’s travel options and beyond is to pay a visit to the Tri-County Tours travel show at the Altona, in New Holstein Thursday March 27, beginning at 10 a. m..

Reservations are appreciated, and can be made by calling Tri-County Tours at 920-898-5532.