And so it has begun…

Fall colors… that is!

 

Now don’t freak out, just because your reservation in Door County doesn’t begin until the middle of October or later, don’t lose faith.  The fall color here in Door County lasts for weeeeeks.  Seriously.  Right now there are some golds (and reds in some drought ravaged trees) so it is really just beginning, albeit very pretty.  The familiar haze is in the air and I am waiting for a bright blue sky day to complement the beginnings of what should be a spectacular Door County fall foliage experience.  Everyone that knows me knows I love summer… but fall is seriously a close second.  And personally, I don’t think you can find a finer place to experience it than in Door County.


Egg Harbor’s Pumpkin Patch, one of the the biggest festivals in Door County is a mere two weeks away.   The village already has cornstalks out and has a scarecrow contest every year. We need to assemble our scarecrow this week but first we need a theme.  Any ideas?  Even though our Egg Harbor Lodge exhibit  consists of the most basic  scarecrow every year, we seriously cannot remember how to assemble our display from year to year.  But this year… I am Flip videoing the whole process so we will know exactly what to do next year.  We never win but with a crew of exactly 2… what do you expect?  We still think ours is great even though we are known to duplicate previous efforts.  If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, right?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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