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Friday, September 18, 2015

Indiana Dunes

On our adventure one place that I had to see was lake Michigan. 
I figured hey I am traveling 1800+ miles I really want to see
all that I can see.

Luckily, Indiana shares some of the shore line of Lake Michigan.

The only other "beach" that I have been to is the ones in California.
This beach was different for sure.
The waves were much faster, larger.

Unlike California, you can see cities in the distance.
If you look close you can see the Chicago skyline.

There is me and hubby. It was so so windy!

Lots of pretty grass lined the beach shores. 
The sand was also really soft and NO seashells anywhere.

All in all we had a great time there. It s really wonderful to see other places that you have only seen in movies and not you can say yep I have been there!


  1. A beach in Indiana. :-) Isn't the world God created amazing!? Having been born and raised in CA I am used to ocean beaches, but big lakes like that fascinate me. (I have been to MI, but didn't get to visit any of the big lakes.)

    1. yes!! It was neat but very different then say San Dego. But so worth the trip!

  2. Cynthia, you should try to visit Padre Island at the very southern tip of Texas. The beaches are great there. Being from Texas, it is the closest beach for me. This is my first time to read your blog. Great job. Sounds like you had or or having a great time on your road trip!