Tuesday, February 09, 2010

St. Joe Lighthouse

Just thought I would throw in a couple of pictures of our lighthouse. We went for a drive around town after Church yesterday, and since the sun was shining (surprise, surprise) I brought my camera along. Next time I will have to bring a tripod along too tho. But it is always enjoyable to watch the waves come rolling in. Hope you enjoy the pics. This is on Lake Michigan by the way.









14 comments:

bccarlso said...

Cool shots mom! I miss Silver Beach. :( Wish St. Joe was right next door! Those dolphins are pretty ugly though, there are no dolphins in Lake Michigan…

Emily said...

Pretty pics mom! Keep up the good work.

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Cynthia's Cottage Design said...

Beautiful pics!! Thanks for sharing!

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving such sweet comments too, the brand of paint I used on the before and after post was "Behr" paint, hope that helps :)

Hugs, Cynthia

pedalpower said...

I don't get to Silver Beach in the winter...it's great to see it! Are the dolphin sculptures new...I don't remember those!

Sue said...

I found you blog from another one! I just love the pictures of the lighthouses! I am a huge lighthouse nut. I too, live in Michigan (Swartz Creek) and whenever we take our camping trips to the UP, we always stop by several. One of these days I am going to do a coastal drive and stop at every one of them!
So nice to meet you!

Leanne said...

Wow, beautiful pictures. Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

Rue said...

Hi Diane :)

It's so nice to 'meet' you!

Your lighthouse is beautiful and so are your photos :)

rue

ATTIC CLUTTER said...

Love the post - beautiful Light house Diane(:)
How the heck are ya??
come over sometime- LOL

Am just strolling around blogland today ..
been awhile and am trying to catch up~
hugs,Patty

NanaNay said...

Beautiful pictures

Cynthia's Cottage Design said...

Hi Diane,

Thanks for stopping by! The wallpaper is unfortunately discontinued, but it was by Waverly and called Cottage Gate I think. My kitchen cabinets were all wood before and yes, I used Zinzer primer for the first coat and then gave it 2 coats of Behr Desert Powder. We just repainted them, and they are super close the original color I used a few years back when I first did them, the first time I used Sugar Cookie by Ralph Lauren, but wasn't able to find it again, so I color matched it :)

Hope that helps! I did go lightly over the cabinets with sand paper too before I primed :)

Hugs, Cynthia

Ang baylis said...

Hi! You are an AMAZING photographer! Yes, I am from Clarkston and have enjoyed blogging for the past couple of years! I am also an empty-nester. I'll stop by here again. It was nice meeting you!

Love,
Angie xoxo

p.s. I think it's very sweet how your kids post comments! :)

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