The Algoma Lighthouse has guided ships into the harbor since 1893.
Waupaca County’s covered bridge, middle of the road point of view.
Fonferek’s Glen is a natural conservancy area in Brown County, Wisconsin featuring a 30 foot waterfall.
Time to get up and go back up the steps and head for home.
Shared quality time.
The top rail is not centered on its support.
The Wolf River near Stephensville, WI.
Conveniently located in a farm yard in Outagamie County.
Lake Michigan, Point Beach State Park
I”ll tell you how the sun rose a ribbon at a time. ~Emily Dickinson
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.
Driving east into the sun following the Wisconsin River, the early morning sun backlit a cloud of fog hovering over the river beyond the tree line and a horse grazing in front of it along Hwy 60.
State and national parks traditionally contain open viewing towers made of open wooden stairway tiers which lead to a top viewing platform. This tower at Eagle Point County Park near Clinton, IA was described by a couple of locals as “the castle;” and it obviously does not follow the traditional plan.
Cloud cover blanketed the morning sky over the Dutch windmill overlooking the Mississippi River in Fulton, Ill.
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.
Seagull above Lake Michigan at Point Beach State Park.