We've been concentrating on Sister Bay properties in the past week in preparation for the Capture the Spirit of a Door County Christmas celebration next week in Sister Bay, including the special holiday events at The Country Walk Shops, but today was a SHOW-STOPPER in Sister Bay.We had winds at 35-40 miles per hour today, which made me so thankful for WARMTH. Walking a property with a client today was almost painful, in spite of bundling up.
However, the one thing that captured everyone's attention today were the awesomely incredible waves breaking over the docks everywhere, from Gills Rock to Egg Harbor. I captured some incredible photos and videos downtown in Sister Bay today, and hundred of cars from all over the country visited the Sister Bay Marina today to see the waves crashing over the dock.And those powerful waves will turn into ice and ice sculptures overnight, with our first hard freeze of the season predicted for tonight.
WIND AND WAVES
THE GALES OF NOVEMBER
Luckily, we've had power all day, so we have been warm. I've been grateful for every chance I have had to get out of the wind. At the same time, I have loved seeing the power of the waves crashing over the marina walls. This is quite a change from my usual placid pictures when the boats are out of the harbor.
We're experiencing wind and waves on this blustery November day in Door County, and continuing the countdown to Capture the Spirit of a Door County Christmas. Today, I am thankful for the warmth of my home and for the opportunity to witness the different sides of the weather in Door County.
We'll continue with MORE on Northern Door County as we count down to our holiday celebrations in Door County, Wisconsin.
Wind and Waves: The Gales of November in Sister Bay, Wisconsin 54234