I did another hike today- six more miles mostly along the Manistee River, and then back.
It's late and I have to get up on time in the morning, so this will be quick.
It was a truly lovely walk, but I'll just throw out a few pictures.
This is a kingbird sitting on a stump. Nothing too special, but he did sit still for me.
Then, I saw a really huge trumpeter swan. It was so big, I didn't think it was a bird at first.
And then his mate showed up too.
I ate lunch in the shade of some lilac bushes before turning around. Also saw a rose-breasted grosbeak, pileated woodpecker (and some smaller ones), and a green heron.
The evening was filled with the MOWA meeting. Lots of noise and unfamiliar people.
Hike 100 Challenge = 106 miles!
North Country Trail, Fletcher Creek Campground to M37 and back, Wexford County, MI, 12 miles
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