Bond Falls Michigan

We are still in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. They other day we took a drive over to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to visit Bond Falls. We were here before in the summer of 2018 when everything was lush and green (see previous post from July, 2018). We wanted to go back this September to see the beautiful fall foliage. And, believe me, it did NOT disappoint us!

The drive was beautiful and the falls were stunning with all the different colors (keep in mind there is still a lot of green because of the MANY evergreen trees this far north).

Here are a few photos of the drive.

Here are some photos of Bond Falls with the colors of fall.

However, we have some GORGEOUS trees right in our campground straight out our RV windshield! The colorful tress’ reflection ON our windshield is pretty, also.

This picture is just for fun to show you how much Ricky and Lucy are growing.

So, for now ….. “On the Road Again!”

Betty

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