Tag Archives: Baraga County

Don’t be afraid to scale down beside waterfalls.

I could tell you stories. Every walk in nature writes a novella. If you look carefully you can find the characters, the plot, the resolution. Would you like to read four short stories?  (I promise they shall be short.)  At … Continue reading

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Photos of wild animals in our woods

Here in the woods of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula we share the trees, the lakes, the snow, the paths, the rivers, the flora, the passing seasons with the wild ones, the wild creatures who roam the forests. Sometimes days and weeks … Continue reading

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Wolf. Sideways blowing snow. Chicken enchiladas with spicy mole sauce.

Monday.  Brown-furred wolf runs south to north in front of my car.  His legs pump, his haunches strain.  Masterful, he sprints, his legs sure, not slipping and skidding like those long skinny-legged deer who sometimes fall and splay all four … Continue reading

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Black pearl of an evening…

             

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Stay tuned! 195 Baraga Pow Wow photos…

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Whole lotta fiddlin’ and guitar and hammer dulcimer and accordion goin’ on

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An after-supper drive through Aura

Tonight, after supper, I took a drive through Aura.  We kinda live in Aura.  It’s debatable.  Some folks would say we live on Huron Bay.  Others say Aura.  Aura “Proper” where the old post office used to be is maybe … Continue reading

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Small-town America 4th of July Parade complete with cotton candy, dogs & babies

Barry has to cover the Baraga Lumberjack Parade every year for his job as editor of the L’Anse Sentinel. Almost every year I tag along.  It’s our date, you know. The last two–or three–years I have eagerly brought camera and … Continue reading

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A lake full of stars, driftwood, sand and waves

Please, join me on a drive home along Lake Superior.  OK, we’ll buy you an ice cream cone, too.  Let’s stop at least four times, shall we, and see how the lake is doing this 4th of July weekend?   … Continue reading

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Streams, Bluebird & Wood ticks

I had no intention of writing a blog today.  Other things to do, you know.  First, work at the school.  It’s a long story why I was working on Tuesday instead of Monday (my usual day) but I will not … Continue reading

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