8-10 inches of very wet and heavy snow. Took these iphone shots while scouting for pics with the 4x5 pinhole. Made one exposure with the pinhole and two with the HolgAngulon 612 pan in the enchanted forest (sounds better than spooky). Mr. Wolf (brown and black) and I had a brief stare down, until he decidd I would not be a compliant meal (and that he might have to endure a thrashing with my Gitzo tripod. A big male that was a lone alpha or a pack reject. A fine way to check out your heart :-). The snow destroyed our beloved portable deer blind that lasted four years and produced four deer. I am not hunting anymore this year, other than with the cameras. Was a wonderful feeling to hike in the snow and have all the bent over trees shoot snow up like canons, once the warmer temps melted and released the bent branches like catapults. I was shot a few times which elicited racaous laughter from me. Met a female goldren retriever that brought me a stick and a kiss, followed by her owner, who was also photographing. Not a local. That is the type of U.P. visitor I like to see-one that gets out of the damn car and actually experiences the wilderness first hand (as opposed to picking up a rubber tomahawk and a pasty at St. Ignace or Mackinaw Island and calling it an adventure.