We made a quick trip to da UP last weekend. The weather was appropriately gray and rainy, with most of the leaves down on the ground all soggy, no crunch crunch under foot.
But something about the looks of the beach and lake in November is awesome, powerful and a little spooky.
The stinging wind and rain, hitting me as I walked out made for some quick shots, and then a dash back inside.
On the way home, we stopped at the Cut River Bridge, which is now open after being closed (off and on, mysteriously) for almost 2 years.
It does appears that work was done on the support structure.
So the cabins are safely tucked in, and ready for a long winter.