Holland, Michigan-Big Red Lighthouse.
Was a great couple days spending time with an long time friend from High School. The adventures began with the arrival at my house and then we ventured around the sites.
We went shopping for a little while. As we were shopping, the rain started to dump like buckets of water out of the sky.
We got soaked running in and out of the stores. Sandy did offer me her raincoat and I said 'no' and she said 'bet ya wished you had your umbrella'!!! Not really sure how much the umbrella would have helped. LOL
Went to Johnny Carinos for lunch and that was delicious.
This is my friend Sandy. We have some really great memories together. Plus, we were so good at softball, we were on the varsity team together our freshman year. Cannot believe a lot of years have went by and we finally got to reconnect this year after finding one another again.
We went to Holland and checked out the lakeshore and some of the cute little town. There are a lot of cool old buildings there. Tried to check out another friend from High Schools art studio. She wasn't there but it was fun trying to find her place.
Decided to end our adventures on Thursday and ended up going to the nice little mexican restaurant in my town.
Friday we had a great breakfast and then headed out on some more adventures. Went to Grand Haven, Michigan this time.
I really like it out there. They have such a nice boardwalk and pier to walk on. The waves were pretty high and there were people trying to surf the whitecaps. We also got to see some people catch really good sized bass. If we only had a container to take them home in and were not going to run around a lot. We might have had us some bass for dinner. LOL
This picture is of the Grand Haven Lighthouse. It was nice standing out there and watching everyone. We did get a little wet from the water coming up on the pier.
We went through town and toured some of the shops and had cocktails at Kirby Grill. What a great couple of days and time well spent with an awesome friend.
This is Sandy and I.