we had not been out to Black River Harbor since ... i don't even know when. the storms that hit right after the 4th of July that destroyed Saxon Harbor in Wisconsin did a lot of damage there also, but more to the shoreline and the hills. there were a lot of mudslides where the ground just gave away and the shoreline was really eroded. today was just a rainy kind of day to go rock hunting.
the lake superior shoreline at Black River Harbor
|this is a picture of a guy taking a picture of a chipmunk he was feeding.|
it is that little black thing to his left.
|this was a section of the shoreline that previously had been kind of like a ditch filled with old trees and driftwood. it is now completely filled in and most of the driftwood washed out.|
|i call this one determination|
a very cool piece of driftwood that i found and some cool looking rocks. there are two larger ones that look almost like they are fossils.