Michigan on the Rabbit River. There is a train trestle bridge there and waterfalls.
To find this park as you travel south (SE) on M 40 (Lincoln Rd) turn east (NE) onto 47th street then south (SE) on Willyard.
We saw one of our favorites, True Forget-me-not.
Then off to some interesting places in Allegan County, 133rd Avenue is one place we have found spring wildflowers blooming early, there is a train bridge here, the road is one lane, date on the bridge is 1908!
133rd Avenue Allegan County Michigan
See the train goes on the top, the one lane 133rd Avenue goes under the train bridge, the road goes over a small creek, two bridges in one photo. This year we found the train bridge has a fresh coat of paint.
|American Columbo Blooming|
Near here in a wonderful field we found Partridge Pea (Chamaechrista fasciculata).
We actually saw a fair amount of plants flowering, many types of Asters.
We also found Crooked Lake, down a somewhat scary two-track.
After this we headed home and briefly visited the roadside park south of Grand Haven (Agnew?).
We have a list of parks and places we have been to together in the last four years, over 300 on the list and it is certainly not a completed list!