A few of the orange sights on our July visit to Wisconsin and Canada.Lily by Lake Michigan.
Farmers Market, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.
Construction cones in Green Bay, WI and Quebec, Ontario, Canada
Burnt orange photo bomb in Ottawa.
More construction cones.
Even though we did not speak French, we figured out not to turn down this lane in Montreal!
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Saturday’s Critters #90
More scenes from our July/August 5200 mile road trip. These scenes are from different locations along the Wisconsin edge of Lake Michigan near the Door County peninsula.
Do the critters have to be live?
Thanks to Saturday’s Critters host Eileen.
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Last week’s post was sharing some of the beauty seen in Wisconsin. Let’s continue that journey this week. This will begin in Mauston heading into the area of Wisconsin Dells then onto Madison for a couple of days.
Wildflowers and cornfields are a beautiful way to travel!
Now we are driving along the River Road about 1/4 mile from the Wisconsin River.
We arrived in the town of Wisconsin Dells and found the River Walk with a splendid fence!
Beautiful views of the river and surroundings.
Do love natures rock carvings!
Another view from the walkway.
Lovely flowers every where.
And the perfect place for a late lunch! Yummy food and beautiful views.
Time to move on down the back roads for more beautiful fences…
traffic jams caused by the crossing the road….
Flags at half staff to honor a Wisconsin soldier killed earlier in the week.
A little wild life on the road ….
And one last farm for today!
See you next week in Madison!
Thanks to host TexWisGirl, akaTheresa,
Hi, all! Been on the road for several weeks. Finally back home. Think I will share a photo from the trip! This is a road north of McAlester, OK. A road we have traveled to visit parents and family at each end of the 400 mile stretch. A road my husband traveled before we knew each other. My Texas and his Missouri roots have given us friends at each end, too.
Since my husband had a time frame to stick to, not a lot of stopping for photos. Thinking of starting a blog titled as Sights at Sixty-five. It will include bugs and blur.
Thanks to Skywatch Friday hosts