We just returned from Ouray, CO. Most of the roads we traveled were graded gravel county roads. Very little technical driving involved. The scenery was spectacular but the roads were easy.
The Forest Service Roads in Land Between the Lakes are mostly the same. Graded gravel with a few creeks and holes.
Nothing wrong with a nice drive in the woods. Good Wife would have appreciated these roads far more than a shelf road with a 500 foot dropoff out her door.
I bet those Wisconsin fire trails can get real exciting with a foot of snow on them. Post some photos from a drive in January.
Anyway, nice pictures and any day in your Jeep on a trail beats any kind of work.
"Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill", Bob Arnett