Closing up the cabin


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.   


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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. 

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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. 

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So the cabins are safely tucked in, and ready for a long winter. 

3 responses »

  1. Makes me wish I could walk my woods, and see the debris underfoot. You have ghosts of leaves in your picture.

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