Winter on the Yellow Dog Plains

Winter make that Spring! on the Yellow Dog Plains. Deep, deep snow still covers the plains in mid-March, Vernal Equinox — far more snow than elsewhere in Marquette. I skied in with a friend, and we enjoyed several beautiful days in the snug Winter Cabin. During this time, it continued to snow on the plains. All my woodpiles were buried! Triple A was drifted shut west of the Salmon Trout.

West Bentley Pond

Above:  West Bentley Pond in deep snow, March 2013.

Trek to Winter CabinTrek to Winter Cabin
Gleaning:  deep snowTrek to Winter Cabin

Above: Two views of the Winter Cabin, view of the Gleaning, and view of the Triple A road, buried in snow.

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