Today was a day of side roads and stops to view Green Bay and Lake Michigan. A plaque says that Green Bay (the bay not the city) got it's name because of all the trees and the green shoreline.
We decided to do the "less visited" northern area which I always find more interesting than shops and traffic.
This old pier is actually a busy fishing area, mostly local commercial fishing. None of those fancy fishing boats and slick buildings. Function is the name of the game here.
This road was part of our many side trips - apparently preserving trees was more important than a slick road. You just drive around the trees.
Back to Bailey's Harbour and civilization. Doesn't this rescue boat remind you of "Jaws"?
I thought this mast was more interesting than another row of pretty sailboats.
Next up - a Fish Boil...............