Northern End Of Door County Peninsula

Northern End Of Door County Peninsula

These were all taken from the boat launch spot we found for our first night of star viewing. It is one of the very few spots we found that didn’t already have at least a half a dozen people hanging out, but it is obvious that others had been there before us.

Balancing Rocks
Balancing Rocks

We really found this spot at a perfect time. The sun was just beginning to set on the other side of the bit of land that juts out to the side. It created some really pretty effects on the water. And yes, I spent a stupid amount of time taking pictures of the water and the splashes and the little bitty waves that were coming on shore.

Small Waves on Rocks
Small Waves on Rocks
Small Wave Splash on Rocks
Small Wave Splash on Rocks

The boat launch was in this good sized slightly enclosed bay on the very northern edge of the Door County Peninsula. It was surrounded by private homes and properties, so it was quiet. Granted, nearly the entire northern tip of the peninsula was on the quiet side and one of the the things I liked the most about where we ended up staying.

Rock Edge At Boat Launch
Rock Edge At Boat Launch

This entire section was a rock beach. It kind of blew my mind how the different areas we visited had different types of beaches, all so close together. Someone had found a butterfly in the rocks and built this little memorial around it.

Butterfly Memorial
Butterfly Memorial

We had mainly been looking for a place to look at stars that first night, but we found a really beautiful place and spent a little more time there than I expected. The kids acted like little kids, getting all excited about this rock or that. It became a thing for them to get a small rock or two from every shoreline we visited. This place made it really hard for them to only choose that one or two.

Small Wave Splash on Rocks
Small Wave Splash on Rocks

Author: TJ Fox

I am a slightly sane artist, amateur photographer, book addict, wife, mom and raging introvert. I have more hobbies than I can count, so it is beyond shocking that I manage to find time to do any of them, let alone most of them and still have time to do anything else. Of all the talents I claim, writing wasn’t one of them until my muse dropped the idea for a book on my head.

4 thoughts on “Northern End Of Door County Peninsula”

  1. Lovely post. I have a friend who collects a rock from every place she’s visited. She marks the date and place on the rock to remember where she found them. When I went to Ireland I found her a nice rock on the beach and brought it home to her.

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    1. Most of the time a rock is a small, simple thing to bring home and it is also tied to the memory of hunting it. We did something similar when we went to Colorado a few years ago and I have some sand from a beach in Florida from when the kids were really little. Those things are some of my favorite souvenirs.

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