After our late morning shopping expedition (miscellaneous hardware supplies), we took the long way back from Curtis, thereby circumnavigating* the lake. We stopped to photograph a field of near-harvest-ready sunflowers, and a pair of Sandhill cranes rose up from the far side of the field and flew over the sunflowers and our heads, vocalizing all the way! Exciting! [But mediocre photos.]
Our last photo stop was at the boat ramp/public access on a lovely curve of the Manistique River, where I greatly enjoyed capturing vegetative reflections in the relatively quiet river-surface.
Diary note: cleaned ashes out of wood stove (five trays) and outhouse bucket is now reloaded.
Late afternoon addendum: RIP Aunt NTM.
* Circumnavigate in the dictionary refers to travel aboard (a sailing) ship. Circumambulate means to circle something on foot. I don’t know of a word for traveling around something in a land vehicle.
4 October 2008 at 12:32 pm
kayak woman says:
Hey, I think I have been at that boat ramp too!
4 October 2008 at 3:34 pm
I suspect you remember it very clearly….
4 October 2008 at 5:33 pm
How about itinerant pedaling?