Baileys Harbor Ridges Resort
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- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... each town and prowl through all the unique shops. Was limited with the ability to do this very much this year as it us not a favorite activity of kids. I did find an antique wrought iron single bed that I have been looking for for quite some time. Want to put it in the yard and use as an herb garden or flower bed. Tranquil Timbers campground is where we set up camp for our ten day visit. We were right next to our dear friends Robin and Steve who live there ...
... in, but we caught a bunch of fish, and I got one! Our pro Eric is really great - super nice and really animated.
The guide I rode with today is Fritz. He's pretty great and so is his boat - he's lived in the area for a long while, knows this water very well, and his cell phone ring "What is Love" by Haddaway, so that is awesome.
We also saw a bald eagle - 'Merica.
Stayed just warm enough today ...
... s Quarters bookends the old Fort Winnebago. Again a great history stop, highly recommended. The canal connecting the two drainages runs right along side it. It opened with such great hopes in 1876, but superseded by both the Illinois/Michigan canal and railroads it never reached its full potential. Today it lies closed and stagnant.
Then a quick stop at the ...
... of Door County. We went from one quaint seaside town to another. From Sturgeon Bay to Carlsville, Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, Ephraim, Sister Bay, Ellison Bay, and at the tip of the peninsula- Gill's Point. Robin and Steve were our personal tour guides. Stopped in Sister Bay for an outside waterfront lunch. Simply an amazing view. Cherry season is ...