Saw all kinds of woolly bear caterpillars on the trail while biking the other day. It was a challenge to avoid running them over! This one had a pretty wide rusty-brown band, so if one believes the folklore, it should be a mild winter in southern Wisconsin.Continue reading Watch out woolly bears!
A long bike ride yesterday gave me some much needed outdoor time. I’ve learned over the years that if I don’t spend enough time outside, I can start to feel out of sorts. Some people ground themselves by meditating. Being out in nature, like biking the Lower Yahara River Trail, helps me accomplish that.Continue reading Autumn ride
I took advantage of yesterday’s perfect summer weather to go on a long bike ride through the city. If only we could store beautiful days like that and bring them out when needed. How good would it be to experience a perfect summer day deep in the middle of winter? At least we’ll still have our memories to ponder, and photos to gaze at.Continue reading A perfect summer day
I spent some time photographing the former Chicago & North Western Railway bridge on the Great River State Trail. The bridge crosses the Black River, just before it flows into the Mississippi.Continue reading Bridging the trail
The purple and white dame’s rocket blossoms sure are beautiful against the greens on the side of the bike trail. Sadly though, dame’s rocket is an invasive species in Wisconsin.