Reynolds House Bed and Breakfast
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... by Lake Michigan on the other side to the one we came on. We stopped briefly at a rest stop and had a snack of popcorn. We had had breakfast at hotel but not a lot. We carried on until about 1.30pm when we stopped at a roadside cafe called Seasons Cafe. It was busy so obviously popular which is always a good omen. They did pasties. Quite a lot of places were advertising pasties and smoked fish. Of course we know what pasties are. They just seem to be in this area. We ...
... for our first venture. It is a supervised do-it-yourself studio that allows you to make projects fusing glass, making jewelry, metal sculpture, mosaics, and spin art. Elena and Cole chose to try making a project using glass and having it fused together. They had a great time and both did an amazing piece of artwork. Rob is working on several large projects, so he spent mornings until early afternoons working. Robin and I kept the kids busy. On the way ...
... windpants and 2 pairs of socks. That wind.
Anyhow, we fished with spinner bait and caught a ton of bass spawning up and down the river.
The water getting there was rocky and shallow but crystal clear and amazing. Wish I had a paddle board, some sunshine and Texas heat.
We wrapped around 4pm, and now I am working, packing and wrapping my head around the fact that we will lose 8 hours and be in Sweden on ...
... for "Always Patsy". So a drive through scenic Egg Harbor where we did find one decorative egg maybe left from the summer display, a quick stop in cute Fish Creek for sandwiches for dinner, a very fast stop at our hotel in Ephraim to check in, and then back down to the theater. Whew, we made it with time to enjoy the sunset.
The cold snap had come and the ...
... here. There are numerous orchards. We stopped at one today and sampled cherry everything. From cherry fudge to cherry salsa. Oh, we did leave with fresh cherry donuts in hand. Don't want to leave out that Wisconsin is the frozen custard capital in the US. We may have to roll ourselves home in 2 months. (But loving every minute of it) Life is ...