After three long and full days in freezing temps and wind, we
just managed to get it done the day before leaving. This at least allows us to
leave the RV there all winter so Marc only had to haul back the Mule and on
another trip, the pontoon boat, for storage in Waupaca.
Although I didn’t have the chance to take any drives to do some photography, I did manage to catch some color around our property. It became even more beautiful with the daily changes and the rainfalls of leaves and pine needles cascading down totally covering the ground.
Finally, on Marc’s last trip up, he got caught in the season’s first snowfall; a harsh change from the beautiful summer and Fall scenes just a few short days before. She’s all put to bed and ready for her long winter’s slumber.
PS: Although these photos were taken by Marc during July,
they were just too beautiful not to include, since the sunset colors are just
like Fall’s. The comparison to Fall’s bog shots allow you to see the seasonal
changes to the bracken that occur. Spending time here truly allows us to live
in and with nature like nowhere else we’ve ever lived. God, I love it.