Just had a new visitor stop by, a Barred Owl. He/she landed in the closest apple tree right by my bird feeders. I had to keep making lots of noise so he would look in my direction.
Funny, all the deer heard my voice and came running. Also, the Chickadees didn’t seem to mind there was an owl in one of their trees.
Once again, no sleep. Up at 1:00 AM this time.
A favorite waterfall that I need to get back to. Maybe someday when I get over this depression crap.
Rock River Falls
Went out to see if any rivers or waterfalls had opened up yet…no dice, so I just drove on…
Not much else to say, just another day breathing.
Silver Rd., almost to Huron Bay-Peshekee Grade.
Old Tree Roots
Been cooped up in the house too much of late, so I headed out Sunday to Point Abbaye.
On the way out to Point Abbaye
Lava. The rock formations on Point Abbaye, and throughout the Keweenaw, are some of the oldest surface rock on earth, over 1 billion years old. Here you can see the flow pattern, ripples, of the lava that flowed over a billion years ago.
With the low December sun and the clouds moving in, the colors were ever changing.
Point Abbaye, looking west toward the Keweenaw Peninsula.
Hank enjoying some time out on Point Abbaye with the Huron Mountains in the distance.