Every New Year's, we have a standing invitation to enjoy the evening at Dave's uncle's house. And while it's a lovely way to ring in the new year, after all the hustle and the bustle of Christmas, we usually prefer to spend it alone at home. This year, I told Dave to stay at the cottage, and I would join him in the afternoon.
The cottage is on Long Point, a sandy strip of land that juts into Lake Erie. The majority of it is a wildlife preserve that's mostly innacessable, but a small portion has been set aside for cottages and a camp ground.
It's about an hour and a half from our house, and it's a lovely drive, that gets prettier with every kilometre.
Dave said they had a lane closed down when he came through - they were building safe turtle crossing tunnels under the road to help the turtle populations. So cool!
At the end of the Causeway, you come upon Lake Erie - and unlike the bay, it was anything but calm
After dinner, we settled in for a long battle
When I got home the next day, I got in lots of knitting time in, while I made up for deserting a certain someone...