While Holly hauled me around to see various forms of frozen things, this is what Slater did. Full time for about four days. And then he did this in the car on the way home, never even knowing that we were driving through a blizzard, then sleet then a thunderstorm. He is singularly dedicated to his resting. I admire him.
This was pretty cool though--a sailboat for on ice. That thing was FAST! I could maybe be convinced to do that sometime, if someone else dressed me properly for the adventure.
These are some of the remaining blocks.
As if the snow covering the beach was not enough to keep you off of it, the fine people of Mayville have posted this sign for you.
This lighthouse pic was taken from the top of a frozen sand dune. When we got out of the car, it was very comfy and about 35 degrees. After walking a couple hundred yards, and up on the dunes, I almost froze to death. It was seriously cold.