As I mentioned in yesterday's post, we stopped last at Culhane Lake for a yummy lunch made over a campfire.
We then headed out to find a country road that Cathy's husband (Dan) told us would give us a shortcut over to our next destination: Whitefish Point on Lake Superior. Please go to the highlighted links on WhiteFish Point to see on the map where it is located and for some history on this lighthouse and area.
After wandering around in the back woods a bit, we were not successful in finding the county road that Dan had mentioned, so we headed back through the woods to Country Road 500 and back to paved highway to get to Whitefish point via another route.
We got there after a little driving, and it was more wonderful that we even expected.
It had the three elements that I love for photos: beach, driftwood and a lighthouse. Who could ask for more?
Here is the sign you see as soon as you park your car:
They don't want you to take driftwood away from the site.
Good thing they said that on signs.
Because we would have had a trunk full.
And, maybe some hanging out of the back seat windows.
Because, my garden would have LOVED them in it.
You are proud of me.....
it was HARD!!!!....
(Stay tuned for Part Two of this visit to Whitefish Point with more photos of it in my next blogpost....)