Frigid Shores Of Lake Michigan
The frigid shores of Lake Michigan are still giving us a winter show by creating wonderful ice sculptures.
It is brisk out, but we turned the corner, weather-wise. Spring is here, nah! But, it IS warmer. There is no snow along some of the edges of the Lake Michigan shoreline in Door County, Wisconsin. Strange but true.
Winter Provides a quiet time to go out along the lakeshore and be the only one walking the beaches and rocks. Maybe, it is because I’m crazy?
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I Hear the Lake Calling
The lakeshore is calling my name. Kewaunee and Door County, Wisconsin provided all sorts of photo ops in winter and early spring. Although, work has prevented me from heading that way. Today the wait is over.
Bone-chilling temps the past few weeks. I expected nothing less from Mother Nature. Gave me a chance to get work done. Plus, it made me “feel” like I was not missing out on much. Pictured is Robert La Salle County Park Door County.
Lake Michigan Tour
Enjoy the tour along Lake Michigan Your looking at pictures from Door County.
Only a few more weekends of winter. I will then assume we will meet again next year, Mr. Winter.
Pictured is Toft Point Lakeshore.
At least my fingers are crossed. I’m ready for spring flowers and sweatshirt weather. But, first; work calls. Ugh!! Pictured is Toft Point.
Pictured Jacksonport, Wisconsin beach in winter.
Even in the winter, Door County is a stunning place to explore the fridged shores of Lake Michigan and all her splendor.
See you back here next Monday for another Midwest Moment!