Page 329 had a slow start as I spent the first part of the morning relaxing and mulling over the sermon for tomorrow. It was beautiful weather outside for late November, so before the morning got away from us we headed out for a family adventure. With multiple stops filling the day, I arrived home this evening with over 450 photos so today’s page will be more photo-based than most. As I reflect on the day, I suppose the one thing that stands out is the importance and value of getting out and enjoying the beauty of creation with my family.
Our first stop was at Potato Creek State Park and while we didn’t catch sight of any of the eagles, there were still plenty of photo opportunities.
After spending some time at Potato Creek we made our way to Washington Park in Michigan City to spend some time photographing some scenes along Lake Michigan.
Our final stop for the day’s adventure was at the Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area where thousands of Sandhill Cranes stop by each fall on their journey south. It was an incredible sight to see and the sound of them calling was amazing. While the cranes were the main attraction, they seemed willing to share their meadow with a number of deer.