It is the time of the year when the Tamarack gets its glow on. They are without a doubt beautiful.
Lake Nebagamon is a nice little community about 30 miles north and was the destination today.
Most of the golf courses are closed for the season in this part of world.
Along with the golf courses being closed, the leaves that once adorned these trees are now either on the forest floor or floating down stream to who knows where.
As some of you know I ride past the Moose River quite often. Near as I can count, I crossed 18 streams today.
IMO...A great little sign. I think it is a great setting.
This is the Bois Brule River. This is looking upstream from Douglas County Highway P. Not far from this bridge, it starts its 44 mile journey to Lake Superior.
Although it was 36° when I left home, it was warming up fast to a high of 49°. That meant I needed to shed a layer. I am not complaining.
We have a family tradition in which we usually have a meal when a birthday comes up. This is what was waiting for me in Lake Nebagamon. Nuuuuuummmm. I can tell you one thing with all certainty, my niece and her boy friend can really cook. WOW is all I can say. Every time we go there...oooh weee!! Of course, the company is also great. One more thing, I have leftovers. hehehe
As always, a big Thank You for those who read...and comment. And for those that may not know, click on the pictures for a bigger version.
Lets get outdoors and have some Fun!!