Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Intense colors. The turn around and take a picture kind of early fall colors.

Along Highway 2 west of Iron River Wisconsin.

This tree in it's setting was so brilliant that I simply had to turn around and go back  and photograph it.
The colors along US 2 between Ino WI and Maple WI were fabulous. Although they have not reached peak they are well on their way.  

Monday, September 26, 2011

Fall colors are starting.

Highway 63 north of Mason cut off.

Altamont Rd from the top of 7 mile hill looking NW.

A rafter of Turkeys on Altamont Rd .

A rafter of Turkeys on Altamont Rd .

The Bibon Swamp.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Happy Birthday Donna

Jessica came over to wish Donna a Happy Birthday.

An impromptu rendition of Happy Birthday by some local musicians who were playing in the H. Pearson Plaza. This spot is just above the entrance to the Ed Griffiths Pedestrian Pass. The entrance can be seen in the background. Thanks to the talented folks who played for Donna's birthday.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Ed had visitors this weekend.

This wedding party "visited" the Ed Griffiths Pedestrian Pass on Saturday.

This wedding party "visited" the Ed Griffiths Pedestrian Pass on Saturday. They passed through into the H. Pearson Plaza.

One of the members of the wedding party shared my fascination and respect for honey bees and their importance to crop pollination. She agreed to let me photograph her art and share it. Thank you to M.C.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Any art critics in the house? Be careful with your critiques you maybe be tempting fate.

Canvas one.

Canvas two.

Canvas three.

Canvas four. Same artist different media.

Sorry..... it is what it is. Sept 15, 2011 28 degrees at 7:15 A.M.
Mother Nature left the artwork on my Toyota pickup truck.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Spent time at Ed's

Evidence that the end of summer approaches. Fall is just around the corner.

Fresh sliced and ready to eat. Big Boy.

The grapes are turning and offer individual juicy treats for those passing by.

The plum crop was small this year but better than we had anticipated. This 8 lbs. was shared with friend and made into jam.

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Labor Day pig roast. Family, friends, food, cool ones and weather.

The pig "Labor Day" after 8 hours of slow roasting and smoking.

"Labor Day" ready to carve.

 Almost ready to eat.

Thanks to Kaitlyn, Kelsie, Wyatt, Missy and Jeff for raising "Labor Day" the pig.

Having a "cool one" while standing in the rain.

Good to the last drop.
Orange juice or "Moose Drool Brown Ale" your choice.

 Smorgasbord ready to eat. You don't go home hungry.

Reagan Hattie W.

Royce Harrison W.

Bigger sister Amber W.

At the top of Seven Mile Hill.