We stayed three nights at the Southern unit of Kettle Moraine so we did some running around before Pam arrived. We asked for a trail recommendation at the campground entrance station and were told to check out the Scuppernong Springs Nature Trail. Were we glad we did.
The beginning of the trail doesn't look like much, but soon it opens up into meadow with a beautiful display of prairie wildflowers.
I showed this picture to Pam, but now I can't remember what she said this cute little flower is called.
But I think it's pretty safe to say these are Black-eyed Susans.
The springs were pretty interesting.
More pretty flowers - Pam?
Ron said this tree looked like it should be next to a haunted house.
And yet another butterfly posed for me. I discovered it's a Giant Swallowtail. At about four inches across, it deserves the name.