Out doing work assignments. The day got nicer and nicer, and it's hard to beat sun on lakes for beautiful scenery.
This is a fairly large inland lake, Woodland Lake. This section isn't overrun with cottages, and the colors are starting to develop nicely in the trees.
I made a quick latrine stop at Nichols Lake. To you, this is just another lake you don't know. But it's a familiar place to me because the North Country Trail goes right along the shore for a distance. In fact, I was almost standing in the trail to take this picture.
The third lake I stopped at was very interesting. I think that part of it is likely to be a acid bog. It looked like larch growing, and floating mats of vegetation. It's called Island Lake. I don't think I'd seen it before. I found some wild grape vines on the edge, and the grapes were exceptionally sweet for wild ones. I ate several bunches, and continued on with purple lips!
There were quite a few interesting details to photograph there. I liked this little reflection best.
No surprise, one of my cases was on Lake Michigan. And what west coast day would be complete without the beauty of the big lake.
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