After a nice hearty breakfast (Al Johnsons...will review that later) and with a brisk actual temperature of 7 degrees, above zero, my travel companions and I embarked upon a few hours of snowshoeing in Peninsula State Park. For starters, the staff at the park headquarters was very friendly and also informative and helpful. We were delighted to find out that Peninsula SP has specially designated snowshoe trails. This is a real plus for us "shoers" because we are discovering that cross-country skiers do not like sharing their trails with "us". So we were treated to several miles of freshly powdered trails that ran right along the shore of Nicolet Bay, which is a part of Green Bay, and , of course, Lake Michigan. These trails were beautiful and peaceful and remote, in other words, perfect! Between the splendor and the workout we never even noticed the temperature, therefore never needed to make use of the warming huts that are available. This is a beautiful state park and looks to be a fantastic place to camp in the summer. It's a must do, especially if you like to snowshoe.
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