We headed out early, down the Garden Peninsula to the ghost town of Fayette. Here’s the business part of town, where workers made charcoal pig iron for 24 years. The market began to decline and the hardwoods they made the charcoal from were no longer nearby…and, pfft, an industrial town went out of business.
I always take harbor-pilings photos. The water seemed higher than the last few years.
We made our return via Kitch-iti-kipi, the Big Spring. Love the raft ride, powered by park visitors’ arms.
More trout(?) that I ever remember seeing swam in the depths as we made our slow crossing and return.
Hot day; good day to avoid outdoor chores by going sight-seeing!