Slept in (for me 0600), as the light promised to be flat all day, had a leisurely coffee and breakfast (scambled eggs with bacon), and loaded the Chamonix, Harman Titan 4x5 Pinhole, and the HolgAngulon 612 Pan in the RAV-4 and headed East. First stopped at the Bessemer Bluffs, a local farm, then on the the Middle Branch of the Ontonagon at Bond Falls.
Finished reading "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee. Still now sure how I evaded this wonderful read for so many decades. Absolutely deserved of the Pulitzer Price, but what is more amazing is that it was Ms. Lee's first novel. Followed it up with watching the 1963 movie, in which Gregory Peck won an Oscar for best actor, playing Atticus (now on Netflix).
"The River... It's my world, and I don't want any other. What it hasn't got is not worth having, and what it doesn't know is not worth knowing. Lord! the times we've had together!"