Thursday afternoon, after we provisioned the boat, Andrew drove us down to the boat launch in Point Defiance, waved goodbye and said to call him when we got back. We left…
Just as the Chamber of Commerce slogan suggests… Charlevoix The Beautiful.
Charlevoix was our homeport for many years so we consider it a home away from home. It seems this friendly little town exists in its own little bubble and embodies all that small town America promises. With concerts and festivals in the downtown park during the summer and a high tech fountain for the kids to play in… all found right on Round Lake. An idyllic and picturesque town if there ever was one, a people place, for land lovers and boaters alike.
Here’s Kismet (above) very right next to her old slip, that now our friends Jean and Gary (below) reside on First Sight.
Charlevoix used to be our homeport, now we try to visit at least once a year. The Charlevoix Municipal Marina is one of the best around.
On our daily walk, we picked up a few pots of chivse (below) from a garden club summer sale. Fresh herbs for dinner.
The harbor in Charlevoix lit up like Christmas on a warm spring night. Charlevoix the Beautiful!