Ephraim Shores Motel & Restaurant
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... br> 5/18 Tuesday
Started at 4:15 am - WTF?
Shot a ton of beautiful stuff today on leg one on the water- from drones to dry suit half under water shots.
10:30 - 2 was time to recoup with food, emails and NAPS
2 pm review shots
3 pm land shots with the water in the background, 4pm back on the water to get some sunset shots and fishing shots. It is now windy as hell and a cool front ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... this trip, but I'm glad I did. It has been a wonderful place to chill out for a few days. I haven't done much while I've been here, hiking, napping, knitting, eating. That's pretty much it. I rented a little cabin up in the woods and it has been a great base for exploring the peninsula. Most mornings have started out with my trusty thermal mug of coffee and Addie dancing in the waves at Whitefish Bay State Park.
Most of the restaurants ...
... The other four times were in Michigan over the last two days. Each time, the Michigan Department of Public Works saw fit to announce this important passage. It's the halfway point between the Equator and the North Pole (did you know that? I didn't). We crossed it in Wisconsin this afternoon and the only demarcation was the 44th Parallel Winery. Wisconsin is clearly much less impressed with it's singular geography.
I stopped in Sturgeon ...