Lake Superior Ice Caves, March 2014

It’s been a good 11 months, and I promised to post some pictures so much earlier. To jump straight to the gallery, click here:¬†http://jen.jllocke.com/blog/2016/12/lake-superior-ice-caves-march-2014-gallery/ and please be patient for all the photos to load. I’m an adventurer at heart. Anywhere I go, I try to seek out the remote areas, the spectacular views, and the […]

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Photo

New! Photo! Please click both links. Vote, favorite, like, share! Thank you! Up by Jen Locke View on ViewBug.com, too!  

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Snowy River

It occurred to me the other day that I haven’t taken any pictures of the river after a snow in a while… if ever. I honestly can’t remember taking these kind of pictures before, though I know it’s something I’ve wanted to do for a while. So off we went to my favorite local picture-taking […]

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Rowley’s Bay

In July, we went up to Rowley’s Bay in Door County to celebrate Jerry’s mom’s birthday. It was a surprise arranged by Jerry’s dad (what an amazing husband/dad!) that the kids came up after they had already spent a day there. When Mom found out, it was certainly a surprise. We were waiting in the […]

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Havenwoods State Forest

It’s strange how you can live in a place but not visit all the fun places nearby. So, though we’ve lived here for several years we’ve never visited Havenwoods State Forest before. That’s why we went today to take some pictures. When we arrived, the sky was bright but overcast. We knew rain was coming […]

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Springing Up

Our yard is seeing lots of new growth already! What a strange year we’ve had weather-wise. So I decided to take some photos of the spring growth with the new camera I got for my birthday! Here are some of the best photos. Powered by DM PhotoAlbums&#153 Full Screen

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Bacteria, Oil, Viruses, Crackpots, and the Great America

Can spending time outdoors make you a calmer, smarter person? What about classrooms – should they include time outside? According to this article on Science Daily’s website, yes. They say that there’s a bacteria that there is a bacteria commonly found in soil that people often breathe in or ingest, and that when this bacteria […]

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