Day 64Departure No Travel Today
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The day was sunny and warm, but we decided to stay put as the lake was reported to be lumpy and winds were forecasted to be 15-20 knots. Bob and I took a bike ride on the nearby bike trail. Right across the river is the town of Montague, and they were having a farmer's market today. We met Jill and Glen from Last Dance at the farmer's market and after making a few purchases of corn, green beans and a cherry pie, the four of us stopped for lunch at an old drug store. In Montague is the world's largest weather vane. This functioning weather vane is 48 feet tall with an arrow 26 feet long. Very unique and interesting!
|Sails seen from the bike path|
|Trees seen from the highway|
When we returned to the boat, we said good-bye to Jill and Glen. They were heading down the lake and then on to Muskegon tomorrow. We plan to go a bit farther, on to Grand Haven. We have plans to meet up with our long-time friends, Paul and Kathy Reidel who live in Michigan. They have an RV and will be staying in the Grand Haven area for the Labor Day holiday. Hopefully, we can all get together! I will say good-night with my usual sunset picture!
|A serenely calm White Lake at sunset|