I spend last week camping in northern Wisconsin, where I made my annual summer pilgrimage to the Black Lagoon on the Star Lake Nature Trail. As I’ve said before, this is my favorite view in all of Wisconsin. The thought that entered my mind when I was there this time was, I’ll bet it looks just as amazing in the winter. Someday, I’ll have to see for myself.
I guess there’s more than one way to hydrate while on a hike…
Came across this at Yellowstone Lake State Park.
A beautiful winter afternoon on Lake Mendota.
Continue reading Walking on water
New year’s eve hike at the Arboretum.
I spent the afternoon hiking one of my favorite local spots for autumn colors, the U.W. Lakeshore Nature Preserve. There is nothing like being in the middle of the forest there, when the maple trees are at peak color and the sun is lighting them up.
Continue reading Hiking through peak yellow
A couple of views from the Fallison Lake nature trail, one of the nicest in the Northern Highland State Forest.
Continue reading Hiking the Fallison Lake trail