Thursday, October 17, 2013

Sleeping Bear, pt.2

Today, we continue our tour of the most beautiful place in America.

Further up the road, we were afforded this overview of the coast.


Then we set out to climb some of these incredible dunes.


All smiles at the bottom.


Then we kicked our shoes off and let our toes sink into the sand.


With the sun up above, it was a beautiful journey.


The view from the top.


The path continued for miles through the sand.


Still smiling. Just a little winded from the climb.


I don't know what grows in all this sand, but it's a beautiful farm.


The fine texture felt so nice under our feet and between our toes.


As promised John, Tumbleweed.


Now that's a lot of sand!

Tomorrow, more of this incredible coastline.

4 comments:

jaz@octoberfarm said...

what a wonderful place!

MorningAJ said...

It's gorgeous. Simply gorgeous.

Jim said...

Yes, that IS a lot of sand! So unusual to see it out there next to farms. Great photos Stew.

Stew Adams said...

The west coast of Michigan tends to be mostly sand and hills, and the east coast is very rocky, yet flat. Quite the contrast from coast to coast.