Rainy Day Sunset.
This is the puzzle from hell.
It is extremely difficult. I’m sure multiple margaritas don’t help either.
After our midday naps, we ventured out to Charlevoix to explore and watch the sunset.
To get there, we rode the Ironton Ferry , which has been around forever.
We oogled at this house.
If you have a few million, it’s up for sale.
Then we made our way to the lighthouse in time for the sunset.
And pretty things like this happened.
Check out the bridge being raised for the sailboat:
We found an amazing taffy store. Mary was more excited than a dog in heat. They had over 90 different flavors.
Someone spent a ridiculous amount of money on taffy.
We came home and had pizza, then sat by the fire and made s’mores.
I love the lake at night.
Why don’t I live here? I’d even let Mr. How Sweet come with me. I kinda miss the guy.
22 Comments on “Rainy Day Sunset.”
That *does* look like the puzzle from hell. And my goodness, look at all that taffy! Yum. Looks like you are having a great time!
haha, yeah a margarita probably did not help the puzzle putting-together.
Wow that taffy looks ummm awesome! It makes me think of the beach I went to every year growing up — we’d go to this little store and get our fudge and taffy. Oh summer memories.
What flavors of taffy were there?!
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why don’t I live there? seriously gorgeous! i’m so jealous!
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Simply gorgeous. It really is what life is all about.
Mmm taffy. The sunset was pretty too :)
I think you may have gotten your sunset money shots. They are so beautiful with the lighthouse silhouetted.
I would see that puzzle and keep walking right on by.
These pictures are beautiful. What an amazing place to be…
Gorgeous. Love looking at houses on the water and pretending I can buy them ;) And salt water taffy is amazing. Enjoy the rest of the trip
That looks like the perfect afternoon, evening, and night! Beautiful!
Wow, looks like so much fun! That sunset is so beautiful… but that double-million dollar house is amazing too. Oh, and the taffy store… if I lived there life would be awesome.
oh my gosh how beautiful!
What a beautiful place!! I looooooove taffy!! :)
Even though Mr. How Sweet is immersed in all things thoroughbred racing from Monmouth Park and Nascar from Pocono, and has already reminded True Blood and the premiere of Rubicon, he kinda misses the Misses.
Wow that’s gorgeous! What beautiful views!
I’m usually not huge into taffy, but those photos for some reason made me want to go there and buy the shop so I could own all of that.
TAFFY is so CUTE!
That ferry ride looks gorgeous!
I haven’t had taffy in ages. I would like some now though.
So pretty! I want to be there right now.
Your pictures are beautiful-I’d say you’re getting the hang of that camera!!
and your vacation sounds absolutely awesome. Pretty jealous and enjoying your daily blogs (though I’ve been in San Diego so I’m way behind on google reader ha)
OMG! I love that area of Michigan. I remember riding the Ironton Ferry as a young girl. We used to go to Boyne City to visit my aunt and always took a trip to Charlevoix. My nephew got married at The Bay Harbor Inn a few summers ago and it was a gorgeous place for a wedding.
Your photos are beautiful! You’re definitely making me want to go visit Michigan!