About The River

Friday, June 15, 2012

On the Road Friday

Porcupine Mountains

 Ontonagon, Michigan

Jeremy and I enjoyed our 15th wedding anniversary camping in the Porcupine Mountains. 
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park was established in 1945 to protect the last large stand of uncut hardwood hemlock forest remaining in the Midwest. Hiking, camping, mountain bike trails, rustic cabins and winter sports are all found with in the park.
We set up camp and then took a hike down to Lake Superior. People are always creating with the rocks.

The Presque Isle River flowing down into Lake Superior. I will have more photos next week of the falls. It is amazing. The water was high due to the good rain we have received.

The river flowing out into Lake Superior. The foam is proof of the raging falls.

Not sure what kind of bird this is, but I love his hair do!

My own creation with  Lake Superior rocks...2012.

Beautiful Lake Superior!

Sun tanning bug.

Our view from our campsite.

A hike down to the water for a peek at the sunset.

My rocks are washed away.

Back to camp, for a fire and hot chocolate. Then to bed...more fun photo's next week from the Porcupine Mountains.

Have a great weekend!

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful photos. Makes me want to head up to Lake Superior again this year...unfortunately our vacation plans take us the other direction. Thank you for bringing a little bit of Lake Superior to me via photos.
    Keep up the God work.


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