by Cheryl Rofer
It's been a busy week for me, made more intense and confusing by continuing electorial euphoria, which I am doing my best to control for thoroughly superstitious reasons. But the week is slowing down, and maybe it's time to post a few photos from my Wisconsin vacation a few weeks back.
I stayed on Washington Island for a few days. Washington Island is at the end of that peninsula that contains Door County and defines Green Bay, the city of which name resides at the lower end of such bay.
So here are a few calming photos from a very lovely Wisconsin autumn. The map is from the University of Texas's Perry-Castañeda Library, and, as usual, click on the images to enlarge them.