As the thermometer is reading 42° at this afternoon and the bright sun is creating a cascade from the eaves, it seemed time to send along a few winter photos of the Island, before much of the snow is gone (temporarily, we’re sure). From the east side of Washington Island to the west side and from the harbors to the ferry passage through “the Door”, the ice will last longer than the snow but it may shift depending on wind direction.
It’s not all barren landscape! Shore birds and ducks find resting places and fisherman create their own village out on Detroit Harbor.
From the cold light of a February moon to the promise of warm sun for a good maple sap run, we embrace each season!
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