Hemingway Conference Pictures, Part II

Tour of Walloon Lake:

 –marker in the village of Walloon Lake

 –Walloon Lake from the village of the same name

 —the other side of the sign


 –the clear water of Walloon Lake

 –Walloon Lake from Sumner Road and Longfield Farm

–more clear water of Walloon Lake


 –a beautiful morning on Walloon Lake

 –Michigan Hemingway Society president, Mike Federspiel, who is also a very knowledgeable guide, author, and scholar

 –would have been a great morning to SUP (stand up paddleboard) on Walloon Lake

–docks next to the boat ramp at Sumner Road

Another later tour of Walloon Lake:

 –boat guide from San Antonio, TX

 –Walloon Lake late in the day

 –approaching Windemere Cottage

–Windemere Cottage (where EMH honeymooned)

Horton Bay (small town on the other side of Walloon Lake and close to Lake Charlevoix where EMH spent lots of time:

 –Pinehurst Inn, house where EMH stayed in Horton Bay

 –house designated as Shangri-La in EMH’s time (for boarders) and now (for renters)

 –recreated blacksmith shop in Horton Bay

 –shack in back of Pinehurst Inn (Metzer/Dilworth house) and Shangri-La in Horton Bay

 –cup on post designates spring that feeds into Lake Charlevoix

 –docks at Horton Bay

 –Lake Charlevoix, Horton Bay

 –spring feeding into the lake

 –at Horton Bay General Store (link has many nice photos of exterior–it started to rain before I got exterior photos–and I mean RAIN).

 –in back of Horton Bay General Store
 –TV room/den in back of Horton Bay General Store.

 –beautifully furnished rooms upstairs at Horton Bay General Store that are for rent

 –the old General Store filled with people

  3 comments for “Hemingway Conference Pictures, Part II

  1. July 2, 2012 at 11:48 PM

    I love the interiors of the general store.
    And that shack – it has such character!
    (I love the woods!)

  2. July 3, 2012 at 12:14 AM

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    • July 3, 2012 at 12:17 AM

      Could spend hours at the store, Nikon! It was a regular soda fountain, too. Ice cream, sandwiches, etc. A real gathering place still . . .

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