Always interesting running into people on Good Harbor beach. And we didn’t actually accidentally run into them. We just couldn’t avoid this cute little Aussie puppy when she ran up to us. John and Pam from Glen Arbor stopped us from running away with Giselle. 🙂
After posing with the puppy, we headed up the beach and onto the forest path. You can usually find the forest path by following any worn sand trail inland Last time I was up here was over New Year on x-country skis. The landscape takes on a completely different personality over the four seasons. Looking back on those photos, I took some of the same shots, but they look completely different in comparison. Yesterday was my last day in the Art Shanty in Fishtown. Thank you to everyone who stopped by with your stories. I really enjoyed meeting you all in person! If you missed the shanty pop-in, you can still get items online at burnhamgraphicarts.com
Heading back to the parking lot, we had to dodge the little beach frogs at the water’s edge.
That is one cute puppy!!
You seem to see what most of us miss.
Thanks so much for this little series. Good Harbor is large, but was always my and my family’s favorite hang out both for afternoon & evening picnics, and for children’s no-beach-toys play (Especially the frigid spring that runs down to the lake…..) Always something to see and do there..
Lovely photos again and I thank you for this labor of love. Bob in Baltimore, MD