I've taken a little summer vacation from blogging. Our gardens are going gangbusters now so I've been busy canning and freezing some of the extra produce. Cucumbers and zucchini are currently the vegetables of the week. I froze green beans last week. My daughter suggested them and I still have so many canned beans from last summer I thought I'd give something new a try.
J and I travelled to northern Wisconsin for a week at the end of July. Apparently, we had some of the hottest weather of the summer at home but it was nice and cool on our trip! We stayed at a small resort, Four Seasons Island Resort, near Pembine, Wisconsin. It has a lovely nine-hole golf course, pool and 2 nice restaurants. It was beautiful, peaceful and relaxing!
We also enjoyed visiting the Menominee Range HIstorical Museum. It shared some of the local history around Iron Mountain, MI such as the Cornish Pump, which pumped water out of iron mines in the late 1800s-early 1900s. This was the largest
J and I like finding these interesting, local displays. Many communities have interesting histories and are proud to share with any who take the time.
I guess you can tell he loves fresh corn on the cob!