Over A Month

It’s been over a month since I’ve been out to try and enjoy myself, and today I did, mostly anyway. I headed out Arvon Rd to Back Bear Rd and then on Peshekee Grade, knowing the end of Peshekee Grade is really crappy where it’s paved, but it’s still a nice drive. Along the way I stopped at Quartzite Falls, took a few photos and onward. Somewhere north of the Peshekee, I was driving along minding my own business, then started to notice my rear view mirrors getting dark, so I stopped. Got out to find I was being chased by a thunderstorm, and it was moving fast right at me.

Was good to get out, and it did some good to my head and soul, even if it was just a little bit.

Peshekee River

Peshekee River

Quartzite Falls

Quartzite Falls

Storm Chasing Me

Storm Clouds at Home

Hot Garage

It’s hot, damn hot, outside today. We reached 86°F at 3:05 PM. If it wasn’t for the winds, reaching to 26 MPH, it would be oppressive.
In other news; I’ve started getting the garage in order for my wood shop. It’s only about half-way done, but it’s a start.

Temp Swings

Holy temp swings today with shifting winds.
At 6:00 AM it was 31°.
At 11:45 AM it was 74°
At 1:40 PM it dropped to 53° and held around that temp until 4:40 PM when it was 50°
Now at 6:00 PM it’s back up to 78° and climbing at a rate of 25° an hour.

A Day at Point Abbaye

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.