Yesterday we woke up to very cold temps and a big wind chill.
We had a continental breakfast which meant walking over to another building here at the Landmark.
That short walk convinced us that snow shoeing was not on the agenda for the day.
Since we had never snow shoed before, we didn't feel that our first experience should be done in less than ideal weather conditions.
You know, we might dislike it just because we were so cold.
We checked out a local winery for a possible sleigh ride, that was cancelled, too, due to the wind.
We did do some shopping in the winery, of course, we did.
After that we did head to Peninsula State Park to do a drive through, but we surprised ourselves by actually hiking a bit.
While it was cold, the wind was non existent in the woods as long as we were away from the water.
We enjoyed our little hikes and took some more pictures for all to enjoy.
As you can see, we were more bundled than the previous day, but the hikes were still good.
After our adventures in the park, we drove up to the tip of Door County.
Now it really looks cold and desolate up there!
We ended up at Husby's bar and restaurant to watch the Packers/Bears game for the Northern Division Championship game.
It was not a disappointment.
It was so much fun to be surrounded by Packer fans and to watch such an exciting game that ended in our favor.
There were a few Bear fans there, two families with little kids.
They got quiet real fast when the Packers won.
Our big question was, "Wasn't there someplace in Illinois that they could watch that game?"
Returned to our condo, watched TV, and called it a night.
Today we woke up to minus 4, so not sure where we will be headed today!