Yesterday Howie and I went on a mini-roadtrip to Timm's Hill, the highest natural point in Wisconsin, and Chequamegon National Forest. The colors are starting to change, even though it feels more like winter than Fall. I saw ice hanging from the bottoms of cars this morning.
We drove along a narrow path to get to the tower at the highest point.
Then there was a pretty big hill and we had to climb this...
And then we were at the top. Yay! So pretty! Pictures don't really do it justice.
We were going to carve our initials up there, but besides having no knife, there wasn't a whole lot of space that wasn't already taken.
Somehow I feel like that last one used to say something else...
Then we went through Chequamegon National Forest. There wasn't much to it that we could see. There were camp grounds but not too much in the way of scenery. We did stop at this little lake. Apparently they have man-made osprey nests but we didn't go on the trail since it was starting to get late.
Then we headed home. Fun day!