|Outside of Ellison Bay|
|biking through Peninsula state park|
We have become so predictable and set in our ways that the only questions we ask each other in the morning are "Which bike route should we do today (we have six or seven planned routes)?" and "Which state park should we hike in after lunch (there are four that we frequent)?" A quick check of the wind direction and strength--yes, wind can be a factor up here--and we are off on beautiful, low-traffic roads that wind through wheat fields and dense stands of cedar, go by rows of lake cottages and hug two distinctly different shorelines (three if you count the interior lakes). Most roads are extremely well kept and during the shoulder seasons, cars are not an issue.
|Just North of Baielys Harbor|
|Heading North of Fish Creek on "cottage row"|