Highlights from the End of the Earth

I’ve been away.  For the last week I have been hanging out with dear friends at the End of the Earth, a.k.a. the Keweenaw Peninsula.

I attended graduate school at Michigan Technological University, in Houghton, MI, and it remains one of my favorite places.  It is filled with water, wildlife, forests, and people I love.  All good things.  Here, then, a sampling of images from the trip.

Smoked Lake Superior Whitefish
Sunflowers, at Hughes’ Farmstand
Fox, hanging out by the lake
“Old Stuff,” at the Wooden Spoon
Horseshoe Bay
Thimbleberries
Fresh whitefish, ready for the grill
Little Traverse Bay
Blooming Oregano
Little Traverse Bay

A lovely, restorative place.  More recipes soon…hope you are enjoying summer!

-Angela

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8 Comments

  1. What a beautiful place. It looks like a wonderful trip. I can’t wait for the recipes.

  2. What a vibrant and tasty-looking place. Does all that fresh air make you so hungry that the food tastes even better?

    1. I think the notable thing is well I sleep there–something about the air, plus the sound of the waves.

  3. I used to spend time on Lake Superior on the Upper Peninsula, Wisconsin side, and those photos brought back so many memories. I relaxed and felt refreshed just looking at them. Thanks for sharing your time with us.

    1. It is the most relaxing place I know.

  4. What a perfect time of year to visit! I miss being able to drive and visit and see all the Finnish inspired things! 🙂

    1. Hoping to get to visit again next summer–you two should fly out!

  5. Great pictures! looks like you had a nice relaxing vacation.

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