Birdhouse with a RED roof, how could anyone not love it?
You would drive for a bit heading to the next town and just out in the no wheres you'd find a cute little shop like these two to browse through.
This was a garden shop next to the antique store. So quaint!
They call this a lake?
Egg Harbor was 3 miles from our resort. Darling town-pop. 100 something.
Egg harbor park by the pier.
We found ourselves in 'Cherryland'. Cherry juice, cherry cheese, cherry salsa, cherry pie, and choclate covered cherries-the best. Needless to say we kept ourselves real regular on this trip. HA-HA!
Now it's a Hotel and Restuarant.
Breakfast at the 'White Gull Inn'. None other than their famous, 'Cherry Stuffed French Toast'.
Peninsula National Park located N. of Fish Creek
Lighthouse in Peninsula Park. A family with 7 boys lived there for 35 years. We were able to tour through this one, very interesting history.
These next few pics are among my favorites- chairs, chairs, and more chairs!
Everywhere you went chairs were beaconing to you to "Take a Seat".
They seemed to say, "sit, relax, and take in the gorgeous view!"
This resort really knew how to welcome the birds!
LOVE, LOVE, the flag blowing in the wind behind this chair!
Again, more chairs begging you to come sit.
See what I mean, they were everywhere! Don't you love all the different colors and styles of chairs?
We drove clear out in the boonies to find this place in Sturgeon Bay. It came highly recommended by a food critic on the internet. Darn, the fish fry was only on Fri. nites!
Shultz had a perch sandwich and I had a mushroom swiss burger. Didn't dare try the perch.
Tasted his and it was delics. I've got to be more daring! Good burger though.
This lighthouse was closed to the public.
Tiger Woods doesn't have anything on this guy!
oh well, practice makes perfect.
Hope to return there before too many years. Maybe then my par 9/10 will be a 5/6. Wishful thinking!