“Second Wind” an etching by Jack Ford.
Set high on a ridge in the rugged hills of southwestern Wisconsin, Second Wind is a small farm committed to the preservation of authentic, athletic Arabian horses. This is the part of Wisconsin described by Ben Logan in The Land Remembers, a “place of dreams” where oak savannahs mark the intersection between more open areas to the West and the sharper ravines and gullies of left over from Ice Age glaciers. It is also the site of American Players’ Theater and Frank Lloyd Wright’s studio and school, Taliesin, down the road in Spring Green. Just across the canyon from Second Wind is that quirky delight of tourists: The House on the Rock.