In mid-September, I visited Wyalusing State Park in SouthWest Wisconsin for a few days. On my way there, I was stuck in traffic for 20 minutes or so. You know when you see a medical helicopter come in it’s bad.
At Wyalusing State park my first spot was very muddy, so I was lucky enough to be able to move to a spot with a good view.
One day I watched a storm move in and we had a few minutes of scary wind!
My second morning the sun and fog made for some fun scenery.
I did a couple of small hikes, one being the Sugar Maple Trail. The sign below was posted at the trailhead. It made me think twice about going hiking! Stinging Nettles, Poison Ivy and Wild Parsnip are not to be messed with.
From Wyalusing, I started South with my first stop back in Shipshewana, IN. Since I have blogged about it several times I will not again except for one photo that I should not have taken.
The Amish do not like having their picture taken, but I admit that I have taken a few when their backs are turned or if they are far enough away that you can’t identify them. I love watching them farm and this farm was just beside the Pumpkinvine Bike trail.