|BAYFIELD HISTORICAL MUSEUM|
|UNIQUE SMALL TOWN EXHIBIT|
The house is noticeably more quiet without Eva, Doug, Nick, Katie and their dog. Yesterday was the opening of the Bayfield Historical Museum’s new exhibit, “Gil Larsen, Big Camera, Small Town.” Selections of Twentieth Century photographs from around Nineteen Twenty to Nineteen Sixty Five by our close friend Andy Larsen’s father, it is a very artistic record of the unique history of Bayfield and neighboring Red Cliff.
Our church, Christ Episcopal, is is having services for the first time in eighteen months this morning. It will function as a summer congregation with a retired visiting priest. There will be summer concerts, the first held yesterday evening, which unfortunately we did not get to.
Being on the shores of Lake Superior, Bayfield can grow a lot of plants that are otherwise out of their hardiness zones, such as the flame azalea pictured, also many Rhododendrons, Magnolias and Japanese maples.