Sunday, October 9, 2011

Indian Summer

 Wisconsin is enjoying a wonderful early October — it has been sunny with temperatures in the 70s and 80s and the fall colors are well advanced. My brother and I took advantage of the predicted weather to do something we've done many times over the years — head up the western shore of Lake Michigan and spend a few days walking, talking, sitting, reading, eating, and generally enjoying a very relaxing time. Because Fall weather is so unpredictable we never plan where and when to go very much in advance. This year we stayed in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, and then made an easy trip back stopping in Port Washington and Cedarburg. The picture is from the beach at the place we stayed in Two Rivers for a couple of days. We essentially had it to ourselves — one of the advantages of a vacation taken after the start of the school year.

1 comment:

  1. Looks and sounds great.

    But as a former Madison public school teacher, shouldn't you be referring to Native American summer?


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