Different Directions

“Life’s too much fun to have it go in just one direction.”

~Carly Rae Jepsen~

The prettiest part of the Glacial River Trail in Jefferson, which is paved trail and roadway.

So it was during an eleven-day vacation that lasted through July 4th.

Those days were spent lounging, biking, traveling, hiking, eating, shopping, imbibing and spending time with friends at a campground wedding. Many directions.

For the sake of time and in the spirit of One-Liner Wednesday (which already makes this post too long), I will spare a good share of the details for possible future posts. Instead, I’m going to let you wander through two galleries of photos from a two-day bike trip and a visit to the north woods of Wisconsin.

Gallery One: Biking the Glacial Drumlin trail near Jefferson, WI.

Gallery Two: Campground Wedding at Dells of the Eau Claire County Park. (Somewhere near Now Street and North Pole Road.)

Holy Time Travel, Dr. Who, that vacation went fast!

This post has been brought to you by eleven days of vacation and the Wisconsin outdoors. It has also been brought to you by Linda G. Hill’s “One-Liner Wednesday.” All you need to play along every week is an awesome one-liner and follow a few rules. Birds on a wire are not required, but make sure you link back today’s post to HERE so the rest of us #1linerweds peeps can read it.

13 responses to Different Directions

  1. Joanne Sisco says:

    There’s nothing quite like a great vacation to re-energize the soul!! The photo of the Dells of the Eau Claire River is beautiful!! That would definitely be a place I’d want to return to over and over again ❤

  2. Aunt Beulah says:

    It looks like you traveled/vacationed in a beautiful area. The bicycle trail is especially intriguing to me. Where does it start and end and how many miles is it?

    • bikerchick57 says:

      It starts in Cottage Grove and ends in Waukesha, WI, 52 miles later. I only biked about 14 miles of the trail, both ways, but one of the walkers said it was the prettiest part of the trail.

      • Aunt Beulah says:

        Thanks for the information; I’m going to share it with some young friends of mine who are always looking for new places to explore with their bicycles.

  3. John Holton says:

    Yep, that place with the “No bikes on deck” sign looks like the kind of place I’d want to ride a bike.

  4. joey says:

    Wonderful! Shadow, tunnel, bridges — awesome shots!
    I hope your return to work was a pleasant one? I had a day off last week, then the holiday this week, and I felt frazzled making up time! Phew!

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