I did a group night hike through a popular recreation area called Pike's Lake, during the Super Moon. It sure was Super. Biggest moon in 69 years.
The Ice Age Trail runs through here also, I did 3 miles of that the prior day with my dogs, almost all the leaves were down, but it was still beautiful. There is a side trail to a tall lookout tower from which you can see Holy Hill. Its a Basilica, which basically means they have a bat phone direct to the Pope.
About 25 people went including 2 dogs, weather was mild, even a big warm. One guy wore short pants....buts that's Wisconsin for ya.
I had my yuuge 1300 mm lens for the Canon EOS Rebel, it is a beast. Here are some of the pictures.
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