Things/places I "spied" out and about in the northwoods.
I believe this is what you would call a northwoods logging country plant-elabra.
Very inviting spot to rest, read, or relax after a day of stenuous leisure.
A very inviting spot to sit, eat, and drink after a day of very stenuous leisure.
Three wild turkey chicks disappearing into the grass. These chicks are QUICK. I really tried to get their picture while they were still crossing the road - - - but as you can see, I failed.
"Home" for two weeks.
More faces of Gull Lake:
Friday, July 23, 2010
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i believe I recognize that little shady place right across the street from the ice cream Heaven!
I love the picture of the clouds reflected in the lake. Beautiful!
Looks like a wonderful vacation!
I could stand a couple of weeks there:) Looks like a wonderful place to go! Enjoy the rest of your time, and that was quite a creative planter:)
You are one busy lady since school is over. I am glad you are out and about enjoying whatever pleases you. Take care.
Strenuous leisure! Plant-elabra.
Aren't you poetic!
Pretty place! Enjoy!
what a great time your having.... love the planter!!
That plant-elabra is great! What fun. I wonder whose idea this was - I can't tell if it was a female thing or a male thing LOL
Great reflections on the water :)
So happy you can find some shade after that strenuous leisure.
Kristin - The Goat
Great pictures. Love the lake. Great home for two weeks also.
A beautiful sunset!
Turkeys in Wisconsin? Amazing.
Oh shoot, I LOVE that planter. That is just genius! I wonder what the Property Owner's Association would think if I plunked one of those in the middle of my yard. What a tempting thought.
The second from bottom pic.........I WANT! Stunning! LOve it!
I had a ginea (femAL TURKEY) CROSS IN front of me the other day. I stopped and out came five babies! Whata nice surprise. Further down the road a doe. Tom asked me if it was walking with a limp. He hit a deer a few weeks ago. Or I should say the deer hit him. He came to a stop and it still ran into him, slid across his hood and windshield, bounced into a ditch, got up..looked back at him and went into the woods. Was glad the deer made it ok. His car, not so much....$3,000 in damage. Thankful for insurance. And all is well now.
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