|View from Silver Creek Cliff|
The road used to go right up to the cliff edge there, some boulders on the side the only thing separating the motorist from experiencing their car sinking to the bottom of the lake. Of course they drove a lot slower then and there were a lot less cars on the road, not to mention none of them were texting while driving!
Wayne, Cory and I went to Gooseberry Falls State Park and walked the Falls Loop, seeing the upper, middle and lower falls. It was the weekend, so unlike when I went with my mother the place was packed with families out enjoying the sunny day and playing in the cool water. We were hot and cranky, following the masses in a circle, feeling like we were on nature's conveyer belt.
We got our solitude when we stopped at Split Rock and found that secret entrance to the beach via the Gitchi-Gami State Trail.
While taking our adventurous shortcut I spotted one lonely Nodding Trillium.
Our last morning there the fog was thick and the Bluebells were dripping.
After spending a day at home cleaning and doing laundry I hit the road again and I'm camping up at Devil's Lake State Park for a few nights. I can't believe how much overtime Wayne is working this year, sometimes I forget what he looks like! Wait until you hear what I went through today while hiking the IAT in Lodi....