|Brenda, Jim and Joni "shopping"|
|Egg Harbor marina|
We headed off toward our boats, but ended up stopping in Fish Creek to walk their marina and sample some ice cream and snow cone treats. We are eating way too much ice cream on this trip.
|Brenda's snow cone|
We made up some tasty wraps and sat in the shade eating our lunch. Finally, we headed out in Wrinkles to play in the water.
|Lunch in the shade of the trees|
|Jim and Joni's pretty Hunter 235 under reefed sails.|
The view and the food at the Shoreline was one of the highlights of our time in Door County. The friendly staff serves beautifully presented meals that are enhanced by the view of the bay at the foot of the hill. Anyone passing this way will miss a special treat if they skip this great place.
Back at the boats we served up the Drambuie and watched the last of the sunset. We didn't do a lot of sailing today, but the experiences of the day certainly made up for it. A little light rain ended our sunset and chased us into our boats. Brenda took this opportunity to slaughter Mike at Cribbage.
Since the cabin was closed up we tried out our new 12-volt fan and it ended up running all night to keep us comfortable inside. The Ultimate 747 model by Caframo that we bought at West Marine (Mike loves those 30 percent off coupons that WM sends out!) uses very little battery power, is relatively quiet and adjusts to different positions easily. Jim had purchased this model earlier and had recommended it to us. So far we are pleased with our selection.
We turned in early to the sound of gentle rain on our cozy cabin. Not a bad way to end another awesome day in Door County.