Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin – September 2nd

We waited for a good weather day to cut across Lake Michigan from Michigan to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. It was a 55 mile trip across the lake — this was the narrowest distance across the lake. The Harbor Club Marina in Sturgeon Bay was very nice and like most places recently they had a help wanted sign too…

Next door was the Door County Maritime Museum. We didn’t get a chance to go there, but it had a submarine you could go aboard and the night-time picture was very neat.

Door County Maritime Museum across the water

We took a walk downtown and ran into this great bar with local Wisconsin Spotted Cow on Draft, and the best Prime Rib Sandwich ever at Greystone Castle — we split it, otherwise there is no way I could have eaten it all.

Greystone Castle was a pub decorated with lots of fish and wildlife that the owners and their family had caught.

Later that day we walked around Sturgeon Bay looking for a Cherry that Paula Hare (Sarah Bailey’s aunt) had painted. It was fun looking at all the different ones, and some were so creative, like the one of wine corks on an iron wine bottle and with flattened wine bottle leaves…

Published by labailey2020

We are loving life and our new adventure in retirement! We are very social people and want to invite all our friends and family to join us at anytime during this adventure of a lifetime!

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