Pepper Creek Trail
These are some pictures I took at a nearby trail. The hawk is a Red-Shouldered hawk and it has three chicks that can almost fly.
Sheldon Marsh is a state wetlands preserve on the Sandusky bay. The almost 500-acre preserve attracts nearly 300 species of birds and provides habitat for many kinds… Read more “Sheldon Marsh”
Along the towpath
These are some pictures I took along the towpath this summer, we have enjoyed biking sections of it. We saw a lot of life in the canal,… Read more “Along the towpath”
Along the shore of Lake Michigan
Photos from along the shore of Lake Michigan.
Big Bay de Noc
Some pictures from the cabin we stayed in while we were in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan visiting my uncle and his family.
These pictures are from a hike at Brandywine Falls earlier this spring.
Kitch iti kippi
This summer during our stay in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, we visited Palms Book State Park. Located within Palms Book State park is Michigan’s largest natural spring. As… Read more “Kitch iti kippi”
As a father’s day gift to himself, Dad took Guinevere and I on the Pictures Rocks national shoreline tour. The Pictured Rocks cliffs tower 50 to 200… Read more “Pictured Rocks”
Whitefish Point Lighthouse
One of our favorite lighthouses on the great lakes is Whitefish Point lighthouse on Lake Superior. Whitefish Point Lighthouse is located on the southeastern end of Lake… Read more “Whitefish Point Lighthouse”
We enjoyed a recent visit to Fayette State Park on the picturesque Garden Peninsula in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Fayette was a bustling iron smelting community… Read more “Fayette”
Note: The watermark is wrong
Dropping 260 feet, in two tiers, Kaaterskill Falls is one of our many favorite places in the Catskill Mountains to visit. A lovely trail through the woods… Read more “Kaaterskill Falls”
Spring Bike Ride
Just some pictures I took on a recent bike ride.
A walk at Sandy Ridge
We enjoyed a walk at Sandy Ridge Reservation this week. The wildlife was plentiful as we saw a variety of birds, reptiles and a big bull frog.… Read more “A walk at Sandy Ridge”