Up the River

The St. Croix river empties out at Prescott, Wisconsin. It is a Federally protected river that starts in Northwest Wisconsin.  Originally created by the outflow of Lake Superior at the end of the Glacier era, the St. Croix is a scenic wonderland. Additional digital photos will be added shortly. 


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 The town of Prescott is in Wisconsin where the St. Croix river joins the Mississippi.  This is the marina in May, 1999.


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The rivers are still high in this May, 1999 picture.  Compare this to the same location in early October, 1999.

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The Burlington Northern bridge over the St. Croix and a small motorboat.

Further upstream the St. Croix hosts a couple of canoes near Osceola, Wisconsin.

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Thousands of years ago the glaciers left their mark on these bluffs along the St. Croix.   

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The trees partially hide the highway bridge over the St. Croix at Osceola on a warm summer day.    .

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A small railroad museum with trips is located at Osceola.  This red wooden caboose is but one example.

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The dam at St. Croix Falls separates the upper and lower parts of this Federally protected river.

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A small hot spring is filled with wild trout near the St. Croix which it feeds into.  The trout climb up a waterway ladder from the river to the pond. 

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