So we took a little weekend trip up north to Door County this weekend - the "thumb" of Wisconsin - a little peninsula that sticks out into Lake Michigan. It's dotted with charming little towns that are all very festively decorated for fall, and has some of the thickest forests in peak fall season that we've ever seen. It was beautiful.We also went out to Washington Island, off the very tip. You have to take your car across on a ferry, and it was a pretty deserted place. Apparently we were there just past the peak season and it was a little freaky feeling like you might get stuck there. About 700 people stay there through the winter and the ferry has an ice breaker so they can cross to the mainland twice a day - if the ferry is working. A very secluded, relaxed life on a beautiful island, although we realized it probably would never be the kind of life for us.
There was also the fall Harvest Festival up in Sister Bay - another cute little town, but I have no idea where all the people came from for this celebration!
And they really decorate so well for fall (we have some neighbors who are the blood-and-guts kind of decorators for Halloween - gross). These weren't even the most festively decorated, just some I realized I had a picture of.
And of course, when passing through Green Bay, we had to stop at Lambeau Field - home of the Green Bay Packers.