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Places to write: TreeGhost General Store and Café, Hubertus, WI

TreeGhost General Store and Cafe located in Hubertus, WI.
This was our table for the day at the TreeGhost General Store and Cafe located in Hubertus, WI.

Saturday, my writer friend and I trekked out to Hubertus, WI, located at 5241 State HWY 167 (Holy Hill Rd) to spend the day writing at the TreeGhost Café. TreeGhost is conveniently located within minutes of the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Help of Christians, at Holy Hill, and is an excellent locale for those of you who would like to do some sightseeing before or after you write.

Locally owned and operated, TreeGhost offers service you just won’t find at any chain café. When we arrived, we were personally greeted by Kevin, the owner. Kevin made sure we had everything we needed for a productive day of writing and wasn’t satisfied until he made sure I was able to get my laptop online.

My friend and I began our morning with tall of cups of delicious Fiddleheads coffee. The air was filled with the scent of pulled pork roasting behind the bar as we chatted, wrote, and eyed the interesting décor available for purchase at TreeGhost. When lunch time rolled around, we had to try the pulled pork sandwiches… and they were as delicious as they smelled!

Before we left, Kevin asked us if we would like a slice of blueberry pie. The pie is not on the menu, but a neighbor had baked it for him, and he had more than he could eat. We tried a slice of that homemade pie, on the house, and left with full bellies and TreeGhost Café on our list of writing spots to which we must return.

TreeGhost General Store
There are lots of interesting things to look at and/or buy at TreeGhost General Store.

Whether you’re a writer, or just an adventurer, you must visit Holy Hill and stop by to say hi to Kevin at TreeGhost. Where is your favorite place to write, and why? Please share in the comments below.

~Mandy Webster

4 thoughts on “Places to write: TreeGhost General Store and Café, Hubertus, WI”

  1. I find it difficult, lately, to find any inspiration. I used to look for a tree that seemed to call to me and sit and write under it (wherever it may be)

    1. Hiking in the woods is usually a quick fix for me. But this time, my hikes seems to be inspiring poetry. Which is lovely, but completely unhelpful considering I’m trying to knock out the first draft of my novel by the end of this summer!

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