I made the thing #gif #notjif
Sunday we slept in just a little bit and around 11 we were off in the boat to la lunch place that was right on the lake. It took about an hour to get to it because a lot of the way was “no wake”. It was really nice to take it slow and be able to take in the beautiful scenery (I will do a post on this next). We sipped bloody marys on the way to lunch.
This was the parking at our lunch spot. We docked up and had a 30 minute wait for a table. Audra and I had bloody marys and I had a riverwest stein beer chaser (Milwaukee represent!). I had the fish tacos with a side salad. Delicious!
After lunch, I took a little nap on the boat. The sun went away and the waves got a little bigger so we all had to bundle up in our sweaters and towels. Summer vacation, right?
We got dropped off at the beach in Minocqua. We took a brief nap since it was too cold to swim. Napping seems to be a reoccurring trend in our vacation.
Then we watched the Min-Aqua Bats ski show.
After about 4.5 hours on the road and a brewery pit stop in our old stomping grounds, Stevens Point, we made it to Minocqua. We picked up some groceries then went for a bike ride on the Bear Skin Trail.
After the bike ride, we had pizza with my parents and went out to the bars. Our first stop was Otto’s, a German beer bar with a really nice beer garden. Our next and final stop was The Big Brown Jug. There was a cover band playing everything from Katy Perry to Social Distortion. Audra and I snagged a front seat to the dance floor where we had prime people watching opportunities.
And Audra thought it’d be a good idea to do sexy poses in front of the sign of the place we’re staying.
She also wanted to take a picture of me at 2am in front of the bay, which if you’re observant will notice it’s dark and there’s no way that will turn out. So I took that as an opportunity to document the moment.
People watching. We did a lot of that last night.