And so we say goodbye to this sunset sail series on the harbor… doesn’t it feel like… I mean sometimes… like we’re always saying goodbye…
It has been a while since I have last posted because I have been in Texas this past week presenting a couple of workshops at a worship conference. I stayed with some dear friends that we have known for over 30 years (yup, I am a bit old)! I was able to visit the seminary I graduated from…. uhh…. a while ago….and we spent some time in downtown Fort Worth, TX. These were taken at the Water Gardens with my phone since I decided not to bring my Canon.
Lake Geneva, in Wisconsin, is a beautiful, spring fed lake that is about 7.5 miles long. The lake is 5,262 acres in size. There is a path around this crystal lake that is about 21 miles long, and, there are some very large homes along the lake shore as well. This was taken on one of our walks along the lake shore.
From the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico via the Mississippi River, the Illinois Waterway is a marvel of engineering and commerce. This is Lock and Dam No. 6 and is in the National Register of Historic Places. And that’s now more than you ever wanted to know about this particular location 🙂 Taken from one of the beautiful hiking trails at Starved Rock State Park.