Now you see it
With Glenn as my “model”
And now you see something much nicer
with Douglas David the artist who first made an oil painting of the cottages a couple of years ago and then had the grand idea of turning this fabulous painting into a new roadside sign for us.
And let me tell you, this is saying it all:
and we are not the norm
Douglas’ paintings are sold at Betsie Bay Furniture, at the Garden Theater in downtown Frankfort, at McBeth in Onekama, as well as online at his website.
I have totally new news!
Frankfort is losing a breakfast spot and gaining a shnazzy new restaurant.
Huge remodel is on the way and it was whispered that
Betsie Bay Furniture
will take care of the interior decorating.
That means that the restaurant not only serves up a feast for your tummy, it’s also a feast for your eyes.
I have a feeling this is the last we’ll see of that exterior.
I was never keen on it, somehow looks like something that was supposed
to be in Gaylord’s Alpine inspired neighborhood.
I, for one, cannot wait to eat there at the Bayview Grille.
Hold on to your seats people — there will be outdoor seating
I know more about the building next door to this one
but I don’t know if I am allowed to tell you yet.