Unless my math is wrong, this was our 3rd year at the cabin in Northern, Wisconsin and so far, these weekends have been mid-September outings. We had a beautiful Friday, a wetter Saturday that didn't really deter our plans or fun.
I left Thursday after work, had the Royal Enfield Himalayan loaded on the trailer the evening before.
Friday (red) the 4 of us rode together, Saturday (green) I split off on my own. My combined mileage for the two days was 221.
Friday morning breakfast at Delta Diner, a Very good thing we were there at 7:55. This breakfast was the first of three....we ate there every morning.
Pigeon Lake....the lake that water level rose to a point that surrounding properties were destroyed. This road has been closed and raised at numerous times to finally be passable.
We stopped at the Fish Hatchery.
Dinner time on Fish Friday....
It was wet and really never quit precipitating all day.
The strangest, craziest coincidence......suddenly a motorcycle was met. It was Eric and the rest of the team!! With miles and miles of Forest Roads, it really was a surprise that we met as we did. Again, they were following the Adventure Trail from Delta north to Cornucopia. Eric had followed the 'Trail up to Delta on Thursday.
I do not allow drivers to pull out in front of me. This guy tested my patience.
Richard, here's the Big Rock again, in Big Rock County Park. It's a big flat base for the river to pass over, stopping the spawning fish from going any further upstream. Fishing illegal right here.
The extensive soccer fields west of Ashland along Cty. C.
These sandy ruts look more innocent than they sometimes prove to be.
Loading up Sunday morning...
A couple of wide angle views of our cozy cabin....
A gas stop on the way home, 220 miles total, 100 miles of Pretty Wet.