Yes, another book (small) of erotica…
Western Terminus of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail
Originally uploaded by Jvstin
Today’s picture for you is a memorial marker. This boulder, in Interstate State Park, Wisconsin, marks the Western end of the 1200 mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
Today’s picture from you is of one of the Firemen I met at the Wisconsin side of Interstate State Park. Rock climbing is a popular pasttime on both sides of the park, and so the firemen from stations in WI and MN both need to be able to rescue stranded climbers. I encountered a group of firemen, such as this gentleman, practicing a rescue operation.
Today’s picture for you is another moody look at the St. Croix River. This is just upstream of the Dalles and the rapids of the St Croix at Interstate State Park (off and to the right of this picture)
You can see this year’s heavy rains have led to a lush landscape here in Minnesota!
Today’s picture for you is one of those informational signs that I love so much. This one tells the story of Taylors Falls, the closest town to Interstate State Park.
(I strongly recommend looking at a larger version to read the entire fascinating story)
And to start the workweek off, let’s take a look at where I went, virus and all, on Saturday.
This is the St. Croix River, in Taylors Falls, Minnesota. Interstate State Park, to be precise. The geology of the area is fascinating, including one of the world’s largest collection of glacial potholes, as well as this canyon, called the Dalles. It was overcast most of the morning, leading to this very moody view.