Travel Writing

I touched the pick-marked walls where stone had been scooped out by hand in the 1800s. The rock had been hauled up shafts and out the top, opening a natural spring.

From "Getaway/Midwest: Biking Wisconsin's Elroy-Sparta Trail"

Alone, I followed the trail through a boreal forest lowland on the left and the Big Bay Sand Spit on the right. I found myself slowing down to appreciate the red and white pines that lined the way. Their waxy evergreen needles retain water, as do the leaves of the bearberry and wintergreen below them.

From "Big Bay State Park, Madeline Island"

Kate Hallett Dayton

Contact Me

Kate Hallett Dayton

Find Me Elsewhere

View Disciple of Water