It was 42 degrees this afternoon at 4 o’clock and the sun was shining bright.
Susan Filipiak requested photos of The Lake. I thought you might want to see what Betsie Bay looks like in late winter.
Tomorrow I will drive down to the Frankfort beach, I promise 🙂
Click on each picture to zoom in a little more.
Standing at the Betsie Valley Trail Head, looking toward the Cabbage Shed in Elberta
Same spot as above looking toward the East.
So many seagulls sitting on the ice flows. My new camera doesn’t zoom as nicely as my others. This is as good as it gets…
Kathy and Jan asked us to join them at the Cabbage Shed in Elberta for a night of good food and good music. It is always fun to go to the Cabbage Shed. The headliners were Sally Rogers and Claudia Schmidt. Folk music with lots of klapping and a good size crowd of mostly locals made for a fun evening. The Cabbage Shed is the only place I know of where there’s this sort of entertainment. Other places have music, dance music with cover bands, but nothing original.
I tried to take pictures of Sally and Claudia but they all came out blurry.
So instead I give you this threesome:
Kathy, Mike and Jan
The stage being prepared Jim Klapp talking to Sally Rogers
Oye, I have to get over this fear of posting pictures of myself. Not pretty -what can I say?
Looks like Mike is trying to help out by pulling my tripple chin back.
It didn’t work 🙄
I should not forget to tell you what we had for dinner. Kathy, Mike and I ordered the Borscht (is that how it’s spelled?) to start with; Jan had a salad. She’s always thinking healthy. Then we each ordered the Scallops with a beurre blanc sauce. That was an excellent choice. Mike had something off the hoof – of course 😉
This year, more than ever before, we have been able to leave the Wayfarer guests to themselves. Everyone has been here so many times, for goodness sakes, when someone needs a plunger or some more tp, they all know where to find it 🙂