Alright folks. This is my first "video blog" type of thing. So bear with me. Kind of a new format just for kicks. Come along as I take you down to Lake Michigan through a magical, mystery....uh...walk. Through the snow. Down to Lake Michigan. We'll be walking through Hoffmaster State Park in Muskegon, MI.
Here's the intro...which is a lot like the intro paragraph.
Sandy areas and clearings. These shorter trees and bits of juniper are characteristic of the sandy areas near the lake between the dune ridges. It's common to find low bush blueberries in these areas and naturally occurring prickly pear cactuses.
Okay...here we are back in the woods again coming up on the second ridge of dunes on our way to the Lake.
Squirrel city...intermission. Bunch of squirrel nests in the trees above.
Creaking trees and a wood pecker intermission
We pass over the third dune ridge and approach Lake Michigan.
Frozen sand structures like the one below line the shore...
Looking back at the dunes from the lake