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... beaches and less rocky shores. There are four lighthouses on the peninsula, four state parks and numerous county parks.
This morning we walked in Toft Point Natural Area, through stands of old-growth white pines. Then we took the ferry across Death's Door to Washington Island, where I managed to find a yarn shop having a sale. It was a good way to end our stay. Tomorrow we head south to Green Bay and start northward to the Upper Peninsula and Lake ...
... swells out there today. The gal taking your tickets has some motion sickness pills if you need them'. Uh oh. Some quick googling confirmed that she can take the same dramamine that I could, so I bought us a dose and we split it between us. We needed it.
Dry land awaited us in Milwaukee. Today was mostly about getting somewhere. It was a pleasant drive, but not a remarkable one. Though we did cross the 44th Parallel for the fifth time ...
... are popular attractions to history and nautical buffs.
... and the Lloyd Loom was born — a process still in use today. Today, Menominee relies on manufacturing (paper products, wicker lawn furniture, auto supplies, tourism, etc.) for its economic well-being.
This will be our last stop in Michigan!! ...
... 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.