Now getting out - that’s the hard part.
Yup, athough I didn’t have to do a seal launch today. The recent seiche-producing storms on Lake Michigan tossed up not only more sand on the beach, but loads of rocks and mini-boulders. My sand cart worked well going downhill, but getting back up through the deep sand and rocks was a slow trip.
No matter. Sturgeon Bay of Lake Michigan was magical today. The lake and wind gods were benevolent and welcoming. Water very cold (33F) and so crystal clear that at one point it was unsettling. I’m not fond of heights and the water was so flat, I could see the rocks and sand patterns deep below. My first time playing around ice chunks. Pure enchantment.