The campsite at Little Todd Harbor turned out to be my favorite of the entire trip. Dry ground, no synthetic noises, and a fire pit ringed with logs perfect for sitting - a campsite can't get much better than that. And the cherry on top: hardly any wind blew in from off the Lake, allowing the campsite to be several degrees warmer than the previous night.
Standing on the dock, watching the Voyageur II as it disappeared amidst the backdrop of greens, browns, and blues of McCargoe Cove, I turned and said to Dan, my friend and hiking partner for the next five days, “there’s no going back now.”
The story of photographing the Milky Way from Black Mesa, Oklahoma while on a weekend trip to summit the high points in New Mexico and Oklahoma.
I've lived in central Wisconsin for about 7 months now, and just a few days ago learned about the Dells of the Eau Clair Park. The park, located about 25 miles east of Wausau, covers 190 acres of forested land split by the Eau Clair River. The river is dammed, with swimming holes upstream and turbulent rapids below.