I am going to skip this week's travel post to share our June Adventure with you instead. I will continue sharing our vacation to Colorado next week.
As most of my readers already know, my husband and I decided after the New Year to go and have a monthly 'Adventure', (if we weren't already on vacation that month or traveling for some other reason). These adventures can be either day or weekend trips anywhere from as little as an hour from our house to a full day's drive. For the month of June, we decided to re-visit Perrot State Park since we only saw it in the winter and we wondered what it would look like in the summer. If you missed that post, you might want to check it out HERE before you read any further so that you can contrast the pictures and get information on the park.
Well, what a difference a season makes! The first thing we noticed was how lush and green everything was due to all the rain Wisconsin has gotten this year. We felt we were in the Amazon Forest! Then, we noticed how views were obstructed due to all the foliage on the trees. Hiking in winter might be a tad cold and slippery, but we had great views all the way up the bluff on our hike in the winter, whereas in the summer, we couldn't see anything until we got to the very top.