Yesterday, my sister-in-law and I did a fall color play day. We started out kayaking a lake and the first thing that caught our eye was a beaver coming across the lake with food for his winter feed pile. From there, we just started around the lake and enjoyed the fall colors, of which there was plenty on this lake, almost surrounded by maples.
Here is a view of the entrance of the lake and the beavers feed pile. It was such a pretty morning.
Here she is on a different portion of the lake..enjoying the fall colors. They were so gorgeous, it was hard to keep paddling and not just look at the colors and details.
We are getting back around the lake and near that beavers' feed pile. It's getting late enough he seems to be staying in his house for now.
One last close up of the prettiest beaver feed pile ever. Having made our way around the lake, before it got too windy, we went back to shore and loaded up. A beautiful morning to be out in the kayak. From here, we went on to hiking adventures for the rest of the day. It clouded up and rain squalls went through for the rest of the day. But, not enough to slow it down. It did, however, make for some flat color in some of the photos where we had some amazing overlooks with wonderful panoramic views. Life in the north woods is always changing....the one constant in this life. :)