Gentle blog readers, there are 820 miles of shoreline in the state of Wisconsin. 820 miles! This is an unrivaled amount of Great Lakes shoreline except for the state of Michigan, which has deservedly something like 4,500 miles. That's for another vacation, though.
I am here to tell you that S-man and yours truly, the Ate Up Amateur, we scoured about 792 of those miles. Seriously - we saw a LOT of the Wisconsin shoreline, up close and personal. And, dear blog readers, I am here to tell you that it is beautiful. Amen.
Today's post - some photos of the water and the boats on that water for your viewing pleasure. Step right up. Take it all in. Smell the air. Hear the waves. Feel the breeze. I present you the fresh water of Wisconsin on a Wednesday.
REALLY big birds in Wisconsin - they'll eat kayakers whole.
We happened upon a national clipper race...
So, there you go - a few miles of the shoreline for you to see! Pretty nice, huh? Those photos - that blue color in the water - that's SOOC, people - straight out of the camera. No kidding. It was that blue, when the sun was out. Beautiful. It sounded very nice as well. Can you hear it? I'm straining to hear it this morning. And remember that lakeside breeze against my face. What a wonderful memory.
Happy Wednesday to you. See you again right here tomorrow.