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Green Bay Waterfall
After photographing the sunrise last Tuesday, I went home to spend a few minutes with my husband before he had to work. I headed out at the same time that he did, only I didn’t go to work with him. I went up to see a Green Bay waterfall.
Wequiock Falls is about 60 miles away from my house. And when I initially saw it, I was a little disappointed. The park was quite small, and the only thing to see there was the waterfall. But that was ok.
I walked a bit from the parking lot to these steps. And I held on to the railing for dear life. The snow was so deep towards the top, and then they became icy.
It was totally worth the risk of venturing down these stairs. This was what I saw while I was on the platform.
Once I captured this image, I ventured down to get closer to the falls. You can see the trail I followed on the left-hand side of this photo. And given the conditions, I maybe shouldn’t have gone down there. But I have no regrets.
While I was down there, I took a few selfies, and attempted to make a few TikToks. Only one of the TikToks turned out, and I’ll post it later tonight. Comment below if you want me to share a selfie from this trip on my Instagram.
After I got over my initial disappointment, I fell in love. This Green Bay waterfall didn’t look like much as I was driving by, but it was totally worth the trip up there. I’m also really glad that I went in the winter so I could avoid the crowd. Maybe I’ll try and go again in the fall to catch some of the fall colors.
3 responses to “Green Bay Waterfall”
Hi Nichole. For work, I was able to visit the falls this summer. Sadly, the water was just a trickle because it was so dry. We (at work) have a project to restore the wetlands associated with the creek and falls – it’s an area important to area tribes. Great photos!
That sounds like an interesting job. I’d love to here more about it if you want to share. 🙂
I work for a science communications team for UW-Madison’s Wisconsin Sea Grant Program. I get to write stories like this one about the creek: https://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/blog/green-bay-natural-area-restoration-begins-with-gathering/