Tuesday, July 2, 2019

WW: Agate Bay {Linky}

When we went to Minnesota we stayed in the Twin City area for 2 days, then went to Duluth and passed it for another 2 days.

One of our very cool spots was Agate Bay in North Shore

We don't have big ships going through Omaha, Nebraska, so I was a bit obsessed with this one. I haven't seen a big ship, since 2000. Then I lived briefly in Savannah, Georgia.

I was waiting for it to get to its proper place. That must be hard to navigate!

Agate Bay area is so pretty!

Here's Isaak enjoying the view!

Lots of rocks to see!


I love when land spills into the water!

Agate Bay Lighthouse:

I have never seen a lighthouse before this trip. We didn't go up into one here. We did later on.

It kept spitting rain that day. I was trying to capture the lighthouse without people near it. 

Some people live near the water. Intermixed with the trees are houses.

 We walked along a trail to a different spot. It's where the land spilled out into the water.

The only photos I get of me is selfies. The rest of my family hardly takes photos.

I could stay here all day! Similar photos, but I like different things about them. The sky is pretty in one, while the rocks are pretty in the other.

Closer up!


 Lonely trees:

 The only critter we saw:

I made my husband drive to a extra spot to get a shot of this tug boat. Another thing I haven't seen, since 2000. I had to shoot it through a fence. It was worth it. 

Do you live near water? I live mostly by grass, trees and corn. One thing is cool about much of Nebraska: You can see for miles in the country. There are very many big trees blocking your view. 

Disclaimer: This is not a paid review. I got no compensation, for writing this post. All opinions are my own. 


Lydia C. Lee said...

Lovely peaceful escape!

Liz Mays said...

I love all those big climbing rocks. It's super pretty there!

csuhpat1 said...

What a beautiful and amazing place. Thanks for sharing it.

Veronica Lee said...

It's really pretty there! Awesome photos, A.

mail4rosey said...

It is peaceful and pretty there. I would love to live on the water but two things stop me 1). $$$$ it costs a fortune to live on the water and 2). hurricanes. I like the pictures, and the tug boat photo was totally worth the extra drive. Watching the big ships is soothing.

stevebethere said...

What a beautiful peaceful looking place I enjoyed all the photos thanks for the tour :-)

Have a triptastic week :-)

Theresa Mahoney said...

I could see myself in a tiny house near a spot on the water like that. It seems so serene there.

kewkew said...

Looks like a lovely place to visit. Love the pictures of the rocks so much.

~ Noelle said...

I love the tug boat picture!!!!!!


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