|A lot of the summer homes had cute names, like this one|
|This appears to be one of the older homes, a real summer cottage.|
|And then there are big elaborate ones like this, that still try to maintain|
a rustic look. You can see the lake behind the house.
|This path leads from the road to the cabin and on|
down to the lake
|This sad looking property was once a store used by the summer villagers,|
looking sadly decrepit now.
|Someone has built a pier and docked their boat at it.|
|Although filled with algae right now, this must have been|
prime property with the lake at the back and the creek at
the side of the cottage.
|Isn't this a beautiful summer home. I wouldn't mind spending a month|
or two there with the lake in my back yard.
|This is a larger boat launch area, with playground and park.|
|The only people we saw on our drive were those half dozen people|
on the raft out on the lake. They were just drifting and sunning.
|We came across this family of Canada geese in the park.|
|As soon as they saw us approaching to take pictures, the mother goose|
herded her children to safety, down to the pier
|where she then coaxed them into the water|
|They seemed to want to test the water first by sticking their webbed toes in.|
|And they're off...safe from the camera snapping humans. As soon as we were far enough|
away from them, they all came back and waddled up the grass to their favorite
spot in the sun.
|I like the look of this rustic cabin. It looks like it belongs there.|
|This is the community center.|
|And one last look at one of the summer cabins in the woods.|
A perfect summer day of exploring.