Today was another great day in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. It was a little chilly and foggy so we decided to jump in the car and see the sites of the city. Our first stop was the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. The center itself is a work of art. The modern wing is attached to the original home of John Michael Kohler, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We found ourselves fascinated by one of the new installations called Collapse by Anna Hepler. It is truly a conversation piece.
Sheboygan has some great, intimate shops. One of our favorites was Olivada, a quaint shop that sold many different varieties of fresh olive oil and balsamic vinegar. We had a wonderful time sampling and yes, buying.
“ICE CREAM” was the next call of the day. There is a cute old fashioned ice cream parlor across the street from the Blue Harbor Resort and Spa. I had a hot fudge sundae with whipped cream, pecans and a cherry on top. Can you say “Heaven?”
We made it back to the Blue Harbor Resort just in time for their weekly reception. There was so much good food, wine pairings, and interesting fun conversation. But wait, there’s more, we still had to go to dinner!
It’s our last night and we decided we would have dinner at the Blue Harbor’s fine dining restaurant, Latitude 43. Ja’Vonne had the steak and wouldn’t share so I know it was awesome. Howard had the salmon and I did steal a piece and words can’t describe how good it was. I ordered the Jack Daniel Pork Chops. I must now apologize for the picture; usually I will take pictures of our food when it is set down on the table. These pork chops (yes, there were two) looked and smelled so good, I dug right in. At least you can get the idea!
It is time to close out another Traveling Eye adventure. We raise our glasses high and toast the wonderful Blue Harbor Resort and Spa and the warm, friendly city of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. We are already planning our return visit. Salute!
Until next time, keep your EYE to the sky!