Monday, March 30, 2009

the lake, part I

Have you ever been to Lake Geneva?

It's just across the Wisconsin border; in the summer, it's packed to the gills with vacationing families, boats, RVs, jet skis, and eager shoppers, ready to take the antique stores by storm.

But in the winter? The town breathes again. Things are quiet. Peaceful. Life moves slower.

Here are a few snapshots of the town:




4 comments:

Rochelle said...

Ahhh, so pretty :)

I've never been there but keeping thinking I should! Too bad I married a non-travel lover. ;)

Rochelle said...

Uh oh... from one editor to another, please don't knock the "keeping thinking" on my last comment!

LOL ;)

Georgia B. said...

i used to go every summer. summer evenings cruisin' the strip in my mom's convertible—to get ice cream from Annie's. nothing like it. great memories.

you have captured very nostalgic-feeling images here.

Sherah said...

Hey Rochelle, you can leave your editor's eye behind on this blog ;)

Georgia, that's so great! We didn't make it to Annie's--next time, I hope :)