DOOR COUNTY, WISCONSIN, truly is what you make it.
With that in mind, and understanding that I did not even begin to see and do everything a visitor can see and do at this scenic tourist destination in northeastern Wisconsin, here’s one last look at some photos I shot on a recent one-day visit.
You can explore the stunning natural beauty of Door County…
My husband walks along the beach at Whitefish Dunes State park along Lake Michigan on a recent cold and windy afternoon in October.
The harbor at Egg Harbor on the western side of Door County.
A view of the bay while crossing a bridge into Sturgeon Bay, the beginning of Door County.
…or shop the antique and gift shops…
One of the many shops in cozy Egg Harbor.
Nature Works, an Egg Harbor gift shop.
A festive display outside of Nature Works.
A row of flags add a bit of Americana charm to a scene in Egg Harbor.
…or wine and dine…
I just had to photograph the Audrey Grace vineyard at Lautenbach’s Orchard Country Winery south of Fish Creek, even if my middle name is not Grace.
…or take in the arts scene…
I spotted this sign for the Cheeseheads musical inside Julie’s Cafe in Fish Creek.
…or check out the historic buildings…
Look at this absolutely magnificent pink and gray granite church, St. John the Baptist, which I photographed at Egg Harbor. The 1907 church, constructed from stone harvested from local farmers’ fields, is part of the Stella Maris (“Star of the Sea”) Catholic Parish.
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Copyright 2012 Audrey Kletscher Helbling