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Travel Blogs from Sturgeon Bay
... the late afternoon yesterday we stopped at Orchard State Beach and I got the full impact of Lake Michigan. I've got to say, I'm not sure I'm buying this 'lake' business. It's got waves, cliffs, beaches, storms, the works. I might be persuaded to call it an inland sea, but Lake? Nah. Way too impressive for a mere lake (see video if you need more evidence).
Evening brought us to the Snug Harbor Inn, ye of weak internet service (hence no post ...
... very relieved after 30 minutes when the storm passed out over Lake Michigan and produced one of the best sunsets of our trip.
The next day we started by taking a 4 mile hike along Lake Michigan. We rewarded ourselves after exercising with miniature golf (which we tied in), cheese and wining tasting, and some afternoon beers at some of the local bars in Fish Creek. Our time in Door County concluded with yet another sunset and drinks and food around our campfire.
... 8217;s borders, only a handful are easily accessible to the public. The county also has many accessible bays. The most famous are Sturgeon Bay, Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, Sister Bay and Washington Island.
During our stay, we plan to shop, kayak in Whitefish Dunes State Park, bike in Peninsula State Park, tour Washington Island and have lunch on the water in Sister ...
... down to Baileys Harbor. We decided we had picked the right spot. Fish Creek has a yacht harbor, a beach, a small town full of older houses a lot of which are B & B, lots of restaurants and shops. Since it was flat you could walk everywhere. We tried the boilover dinner one night. Like the rest of Lake Michigan every little indentation of the coastline contained a small town and harbor. We bought lots of ...
... the increase in flames causes a boilover. The fish oils spill over
the side of the pot and the fish is done. The fish chunks remain whole
and firm. Chefs usually drip melted butter over the fish before serving.
The dish is known locally as "poor man's lobster."" (Wikipedia)
We enjoyed participating in the local tradition.