Nature Festival – Forest and Creek
Our third and final day of the 10th annual Chequamegon Bay Birding and Nature Festival was bittersweet. There was still so much we could potentially see on the trails, but we were getting worn out from all the walking. And the mosquitoes – they got pretty bad, too.
North Country Trail
The hilly hike along the North Country National Scenic […]
Nature Festival – Stockton Island
Although my mom and I extended our trip up north to our family’s cabin in St. Germain, the last day of the Chequamegon Birding and Nature Festival was Saturday, May 16. We planned that day with an early morning boat cruise aboard the Island Princess to Stockton Island, the largest and most biologically diverse island […]
Ice Caves adventure
Driving: 16 hours, 900 miles
Sustenance: beef jerky, belVitas and Girl Scout thin mint cookies
Entertainment: good conversation and silly singing with friends
Goal: cross the ice caves off bucket list
It’s strange to think that just two weeks ago there was snow on the ground and ice covered the majority of Lake Superior, creating the spectacular Apostle Islands Ice […]
Glimpse of the Ice Caves
Sometimes I struggle to find the words. This is one of those times, which is why I am so grateful to have photography as another creative outlet.
In an upcoming blog post you will read (and see) more about my recent trip to the ice caves in northern Wisconsin (once I am able to better articulate […]