A busy day at work on Tuesday at the Stuart House Museum – people from all over the U.S. here on the island for quick day trips or staying over for several nights. One special visitor was Jeff from near Detroit, and being a fan of Bree’s Blog, Jeff stopped by to say hello.
Jeff was enjoying his time at the Windermere and planning another trip to the island in September. Thanks for dropping by, Jeff, and hope to see you when you return.
These "fudgies" sitting on a bench outside the museum were enjoying several flavors of the sweet stuff. The seagull was patiently waiting for any leftovers.
I love zinnias! They remind me of my grandmother's yard out in the country in south Georgia - she always had a flower garden full of them. These are right next to the Stuart House Musuem.
Drays full of equipment headed for the Grand Hotel Fourth of July weekend celebrations arrived on the island this morning.
Walking home up Cadotte, I climbed the steps into the Grand Hotel bike parking lot and looked back toward town. With the new open view provided by the younger trees along Cadotte, I love stopping here and looking back toward the Straits. With each season, the scene will change.
A little further up the hill - looking back. This is just past the Grand's Mascoe Cottage and across from the Grand Stables.
- Back home, our late-blooming lilacs are at their peak.
See you on Thursday!