In a year when the state is reeling from the economic fallout of the recession, it seems like every week there’s another news story about people dying in their backyards or homes.
But the Wisconsin resort where Ryan and his wife, Rebecca, were staying is doing something unique: It’s turning the vacation spot they bought in 2011 into a family retreat.
Ryan and Rebecca and their children were planning to vacation in the resort on July 12, 2016, but it was a very bad day for them: A lightning strike hit the resort, and Ryan and Rebecca had to take refuge in their house and go to the hospital.
Their oldest son was seriously injured in the accident, and they had to leave their youngest son in a hospital.
They weren’t the only people in the family affected by the weather.
Their two other children, ages 10 and 5, were hospitalized, as well.
Rebecca’s husband had to stay at home and take care of his wife and their baby son.
Ryan was staying at his parents’ house for a while.
It was just the two of them, and it was the last day of summer.
Ryan was devastated by the loss of his family.
He started writing a book about it.
And when he was finished, he was ready to buy a place on the property.
Ryan thought that the resort was perfect for him.
It’s been more than two years since his family was injured in a lightning strike, and now he and his family have a new place to stay.
Ryan’s parents were living in their home at the time, but the property they had been renting in Wausau County is now home to a private party, and the resort has now opened its doors to the public.
The resort, which has its own spa and outdoor swimming pool, is named for the family’s former residence in the same Wausanese village.
The resort is in Wauwatosa, a city in northwestern Wisconsin that’s been called the resort capital of the world.