The fall season of 2017 sure was short-lived. It doesn’t really surprise me though, as we all felt summer robbed us of many expected balmy days this year.
We’ve had several weeks of blustery cold weather, topped off with periodic snowfalls- some of which stuck around for days. Although the snow melted off finally, it was quickly followed by a persistent arctic blast.
One thing, it sure makes some beautiful scenery. The other day I wanted to check on one of my Tiger Cat Flowage listings and found myself approaching the bridge over the Chief River. Darn it! Why didn’t I have my good camera with me? The frosted-white trees were frozen in upright attention as the swiftly-moving river wound through the forest. My phone’s camera could only capture a speck of this mesmerizing view.
Read about my experiences as I work and play in the scenic Hayward area of northwest Wisconsin!