The Ephraim Inn
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... a welcome site at 6.30pm. We went back an hour so it is only 5.30pm. The lady gave us a bay view room. We face the lake. It is too early for bed but we do not feel like venturing out. Face timed James but he was in bed. We had done a short FaceTime before we left this morning. Couldn't get James got Daniel. He was at hospital with James to do with his ECG. Said we would FaceTime at ten o clock their time but we did not get here in time so it was 11.30pm. Dan was still up ...
... I need more layers tomorrow... there is a snow advisory, sooooooo there's that.
Eric caught a bunch of walleye on Monday, so we had a fish fry at the lodge restaurant "Waterfront Mary's" and ate on that tonight. It was delicious.
Better call it, we are back at it at 5 am tomorrow.
5 am - I am still not getting used to this early bs
We headed to a different ...
... loves to drive so he didn't mind and it gave us a chance to see more of Wisconsin which we really enjoyed as well, so not a bad trade off. We just knew ahead of time our experience wouldn't be ideal. In the end though it was a fabulous part of our trip and we were glad we went.
We went via Portage again and stopped at the Indian Agency house which along with ...
... 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 ...
... this late in the season, but a very nice little pub in town, the Cornerstone, has been feeding me and keeping me entertained. The first night here I stopped in to get some food and sat at the bar next to an elderly woman. She turned out to be Linda, the unofficial 'mayor' of Baileys Harbor, who knows everyone and everything. She sort of took me under her wing that first night, telling me where to go and what to see and has checked in with me each evening ...