From ghouls and ghosts and long legged beasties and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord, deliver us! — Scottish Saying
Lake Michigan, Point Beach State Park
A bare tree alongside the Wisconsin River sadly reminds us of oncoming winter.
Railroad tracks accompanied us along the roadside as we continued our early morning journey east on Hwy 60.
The namesake rock formation of Natural Bridge State Park in WI. has a natural opening at its base.
Two hundred forty rolling acres provide the setting for Wisconsin Historical Society’s mid-19th-century Wade House Historical Site which presently consists of the Wade Stagecoach Inn, the Dosckstader Blacksmith Shop, the Herrling Sawmill and the Jung Carriage Museum. Perfect for an end of the week drive.
Butterfly Trail at Highcliff State Park in Wisconsin.
The rush of frantic waters could be heard well before the rapids came into view.
McClintock Park on the Peshtigo River, WI.
Early morning fog mutes the autumnal red of sumac.
After daybreak the misty fog lifted, and we were treated to a warm, clear day.
A now quiet stream had carved a crooked, irregular shoreline along our path.
An accidental encounter with this little fellow elicited an “eeek!” from Lois.
Bird-luscious berries were left on dew dropped branches.
Some wind blown trees imparted a spooky, ghostly impression as we passed by.
An early morning mist accompanied us on our walk through Bubolz Nature Preserve.
A man and his car . . .
Ralph Smith’s picturesque little Lily Bay Saw Mill is powered by a WWII airplane engine and produces firewood and lumber. The sawmill is located in Door County near the eastern shore of Lake Michigan and serves as a local gathering spot.
Lake Michigan, along with Lakes Superior, Huron and Erie, connects to the Atlantic Ocean via the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes Waterway. These Great Lakes comprise the largest group of freshwater lakes on our planet.
In the heart of the midwest, Door County offers a seaside experience with the coastlines of Green Bay and Lake Michigan.
Mottled shadows decorate an overturned rowboat at Bubolz Nature Preserve.
Nature emerged as a golden treasure trove through our TR3 windscreen when we arrived at Bubolz Nature Preserve.