A port in which we would have liked to stay longer: Sister Bay, WI

We lucked out to get a slip in Sister Bay for one night. (Lots of the marinas in these parts are fully booked). We arrived by 9:00a.m CT as I had a lot of calls today.

Sister Bay is a busy little tourist village with lots of Scandinavian flavor. One of its famous restaurants, due to great food is a Al Johnson’s, but in addition to that, it has a grass roof which we got to see while out re-provisioning. It was unhealthily hot today but it otherwise is common for them to let their small herd of goats graze on this roof!

This town features a shuttle that runs up and down the streets from 5:00pm to 2:00am. As they like to cater to the folks that like to “go out.” We didn’t take advantage of that as we had an early start to our day, and planned for another early start tomorrow.

An interesting boat seen in Sister Bay Marina.

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