Darby and I ventured to Mineral Point, WI for the weekend. We were attracted to the area, known as the “Unglaciated Uplands,” due to its proximity to Frank Lloyd Wright’s ancestral country estate, Taliesin. Little did we know how much Mineral Point itself has to offer. We might have had a clue when locating Brewery Creek–a bed-and-brew–on the Web. But not until we arrived in town did we fully grasp the historic significance of this special place. Stone homes and commercial buildings from the 19th century abound. As do friendly residents, many of whom produce and sell art in one of the town’s several galleries .