We hunkered down on corner five at Road America and were once again treated to the sights, sounds and smells of uniquely crafted sports cars and racers. Screaming engines. Aromatic high test racing fuel. The smell of hot brake pads. Thunderous flaming exhausts. Who cares if there’s a bit of chill in the air. Life is good.
Fonferek’s Glen is a natural conservancy area in Brown County, Wisconsin featuring a 30 foot waterfall.
Exploring Fonferek’s Glen.
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 first buds of May finally arrived on our service berry tree. Out of focus branches break up a clear blue sky.
A lone flip flop was seen on the shore of a raging spring creek.
The calendar says spring . . .
The sun was warm but the wind was chill.
You know how it is with an April day.
While waiting in the checkout line, we spotted a clerk stapling cardboard flats used like trays to carry flowers home from the greenhouse.
As requested by Val . . . a second image with the person in focus 🙂
On top of the viewing tower at Collens Marsh by Reedsville, Wisconsin is a large Osprey nest. Here is a link to the live video camera. The eggs are expected to hatch between the 21st and 31st of May.
A view from a trail in Peninsula State Park.
The fragile seeds of dandelions will soon threaten the rest of our yard. We must commit dandycide!
This tulip appears to be infused with the sun’s warmth on this spring morning.
A Bleeding Heart plant blooms in our backyard garden.
Figures of a young boy and young girl foreshadow the blessings bestowed upon young couples who wed in this quaint chapel on the grounds of the Red Mill.
Peace and tranquility were found while exploring the Red Mill’s gardens near Waupaca, WI.
Tiptoe through the tulips . . .
“I will be with you in apple blossom time . . .”
This somber little bird perched on a newly budded tree limb at Highcliff State Park.
Tiny blue six petaled flowers decorated the forest floor.