Door County, WI
On the way back from the Michigan Upper Peninsula, we stopped for 2 days in Door County, Wisconsin. We had heard about the area for years and it lived up to our expectations.
The peninsula is 51 miles long and is tipped with Washington Island, which is a lot like Martha's Vinyard and is accessible by passenger or car ferrys. The peninsula itself is a mixture of farms, marinas, and botique towns. My "shopaholic" wife had a ball in the hundreds of stores.
We ate at a "fish boil" one night, quite a thing to watch, and at a Swedish restaurant with grass on the roof the next night.
There are several state parks and several county parks on the shores. This photo is a lighthouse in Peninsula State Park. It was built in 1868. we arrived late in the day (note shadows) and it was closed for the day but it was a joy to walk around and photograph.
John W. Irwin
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