Snow’s here to stay.
Pretty to look at, but unfit to eat.
It snowed last night.
We think the air that we breathe could be a bit warmer with April just around the corner!
Bray’s Point Lighthouse was built in 1909 by WI State Senator Wm. Bray to mark a dangerous reef at the Fox River entrance to Lake Winnebago. In contrast to the Asylum Pt. Lighthouse, it was not only used, but it was also the only government licensed inland lighthouse at one time. It was privately restored and reactivated in 1986. It is privately owned.
Built by the WPA in 1937, the Asylum Bay Lighthouse is said to have never been lit. It was rejected by the Dept. of Transportation as a navigation light for Lake Winnebago. Located a few miles north of Oshkosh, WI.. it was refurbished in 2007.
An ice fisherman pulls his sled on Lake Winnebago.
A lantern bearer on the snowy shore of Green Bay in Door County.
Oops, we did it again. We ventured off the beaten path which happened to be covered with. . . snow.
Wequiock Falls in Brown County.
We thought this was a talking snow man until the ventriloquist popped up atop his head.
Sun is shinin’ in the sky
There ain’t a cloud in sight
The Wolf River near Stephensville, WI.
Conveniently located in a farm yard in Outagamie County.
We drove along the Lake Michigan shore line on the outskirts of Two Rivers, WI on a cold winter’s day.
Cross country skiing will find us slip sliding away through the quiet beauty of a winter forest.
A planter sits empty along the shores of Green Bay.
The cold descent of the polar vortex had us shakin’ all over this past week.
A walking trail follows a railroad line along the Fox River in Appleton, WI.
Door County cherry trees slumber in the background.
How cool was it? So cool the gander could walk on it.
Winter Has Me In Its Grip as the new year begins.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Soft, fluffy powder for the holidays. Looking forward to cross country skiing.