First picture: We drove to this little river bridge in the woods called "The Humpback Bridge":
Here is the view from the bridge itself looking down the river:
I loved the swirly water and foam the current made from going over the rocks:
I had to laugh when we saw this in the tree. Evidently, someone had some trouble casting their line into the river to catch a fish and their line ended up tangled in a nearby tree!:
All over in the woods, the wildflowers were blooming on the forest floor:
We stopped so I could get a picture of this tiny lighthouse on Lake Superior, near Baraga, Michigan:
Here is a close up of the turtles on the log:
We also saw a black squirrel, but he was so fast, he turned and ran before I could snap his front picture. (I thought of YOU, Ratty when I had trouble taking his picture!):
We saw another pond and right in the middle, we saw THIS: (Do you see it? Do you know what it is?):
Here is a close-up.
On the way back to the car, we saw this colorful moth:
He was very shy and when I came closer, he lifted off to fly away:
On the way home, there is a little roadside stop where there is a bridge over another little river. It is called Tioga Park.
This is the view from standing on the bridge:
The river was high from the spring run-off, so the current was fast: