I know most of you hate winter and can't wait for it to be over. But for me, it is part of my favorite memories and something I enjoy very much today.
Alas, my work kept me going off to warmer climates in the winter, sometime being gone more than 2 months each winter. I counted it up. It has been 38 years since I got to enjoy a whole winter.
One of the things that I looked forward to in retirement was being able to enjoy a whole winter without interruption. Alas, the first two years of my retirement were a big disappointment, almost no winter at all. But this year, we are finally getting a winter I can be proud of.
A few weeks back, in the January thaw, my sister and I went north because she had never seen Michigan's Upper Peninsula in winter. So I thought I would share a few photos from that trip that I had already been sharing by email. These are a mix of mine and my sister's photos.
A Copper Harbor Invitation
Pine Grove Cemetery
Ice on Eagle Harbor
The Eagle Harbor Light
The north coast of the Keweenaw
Sunset from the Mackinaw Bridge
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
I ran across this in an old draft post that I never got around to finishing. For me, as the audience, this is the very best that advertising can be. It's memorable, exciting both visually and audibly, I remember what the product is and who is the company, and I want to support their product. And it's a little funny too.
Turn up the volume and enjoy.