We are on the road today. Grab your hiking boots, walking stick and off we go!
During the Easter weekend, we traveled back to visit my parents. I grew up in Price County, Wisconsin. My parents own and work a diary farm. The boys enjoy helping with chores, seeing the new calves and chicks. It is always a special time.
I like sharing some of the woods that I grew up exploring with my boys. And that is what I am going to do with you today. We are heading to a special spot on the Flambeau River.
Cornsheller Rapids on the Flambeau River
The river starts to get wide and calms down after the rapids.
This is where the adventure really starts, we had to cross a beaver dam. Yes, if you look close, you see our Boston Terrier, Molly, she never misses an adventure with her boys.
A funny thing happened during this adventure, I do not think it will happen to you. My youngest son got his boot stuck in the mud. He just loves to jump in puddles. Ha, this puddle got him.
Spring thaw brings fast water on the river.
Beautiful cold water.
I love visiting the river during the Spring thaw. It is full of power and beauty.
Have a wonderful weekend.