Anybody reading this live in a big city? I can’t imagine how awful that would be. We are so blessed here in northern Wisconsin.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Streets of Hatchet Creek - Day 19
If you’ve been following my walks around my hometown, you may be wondering when I am going to call it quits for the season. The answer is any time now. But whenever there is a day where the sun is shining, the temperature is above 50 and I have an extra hour in the day, I am still going to try it.
Here’s a question for all of you Tomahawk natives. Or if you have spent a lot of your summers here, you might know this one too. Where is this stump and what is its significance? I have a childhood story about it, but I am going to save it for next time. Keep you on the edge of your seats.
The trees are still beautiful. The maples have dropped their brilliant red leaves, but the poplars still have their yellow show and the oaks are clinging to their rust-colored leaves.
And any picture taken across the Wisconsin River is going to be gorgeous on a sunny day.