Monday, October 15, 2012


Steps leading up to Old Baldy, at least 4000 year old sand dunes

 A view from the top of Old Baldy

The Washington Island Stavkirke, a church modeled after rural churches of Norway

At Lake Michigan's shore, on Washington Island, dolomite stones perfectly polished by the waves

White fish in basket ready to be cooked in the boiling cauldron filled with potatoes, onions-  Authentic Fish boil Dinner at the Old Post office restaurant in Door County

Autumnal colours and winding roads

The beautiful bluffs within Whitefish Dune State Park

View from Egg Harbour Lodge

Driving along the winding roads in Door County

Washington Island Farm Museum - the island farm houses goats, turkeys, and old farm machinery

Bright pumpkins adorn the lawn of a typical style building in Door County

Glass sculpture in Fish Creek one of the quaint shopping districts of Door County

Jetty scene

A porthole at Cana lighthouse shows the unique scenery beyond

Striking autumnal colours were on full display in Door County, Wisconsin.  From a typical fish boil, cheese tastings, cherry treats, to hikes in Whitefish Dune State Park, an ascent of the Cana lighthouse and strolls along the shoreline of Lake Michigan, it was a trip that highlighted the pride and self-sufficiency of the people of Door County. Perfect as a long weekend destination, filled with quaint shopping, rustic bed and breakfasts, and quiet lakeside charm, Door County has the genuine appeal of rural, small town America.

Look for more on Door County in the Spring 2013 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These pictures are beautiful! Door County is such a fantastic place. If you want to learn more about it, here is a website, although it lacks these fantastic pictures, it has some great information for visiting it.

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