Vacation, it's pretty awesome. This is a Big Wheel (from the Lumberjack, meaning "large rolling thing"), used with a team of horses to convey logs during the non-snowy season, a.k.a. July. Now they live at Hartwick Pines State Park near Grayling. I probably saw them half a dozen times on school field trips as a kid, but it was good to visit them again.
Bi-weekly laundry -- it's the key to a louse-free life. And if that don't kill 'em, throw them fellahs in the fire.
The sign reads "Portions of this trail open to hunting during established seasons". Since it's bow-hunting season and I didn't want to be mistaken for a deer and end up with more holes in my body than when I went in, I didn't follow that enticing golden autumnal path.