Lake Michigan, Manistee, Michigan
This is my home for the next month!
Not this spot actually but I will be visiting with my sister and her family who live in this town until the end of January when hubby comes back to pick me up.
The wind was wicked cold today, I had to hurry up and take this pic because the wind was spitting tiny snow pellets into my face and camera lens. I'm thrilled with the way this pic came out. Those waves were slapping the shore so loud and so hard.
Downtown Manistee, Michigan - a lovely Victorian town
We are testing ourselves to see how much we can handle these N. Michigan winters for our possible move up here. So far . . . so good.
Hubby is in heaven. Since he grew up in upstate NY, he's used to these type of winters, where there's snow all winter.
They do a very good job here in Manistee in clearing the roads. You can't tell that there's a lot of snow on the ground with this picture.
This is how most of the city looked like today, covered in snow.
This is a ritzy section of Manistee. These are some homes with a view of Lake Michigan.
The wind was still blowing hard as we took a drive around our tribe's reservation.
We had a wonderful turkey meal at my sister's home. As we waited they gave me a glass of water with these ice cubes in the shape of the state of Michigan. Aren't they adorable??
Needless to say, I am, "smitten by the mitten"
Savoring every moment . . . . -Bev
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