Morning Reflections on the Sheboygan RiverShooting eastward across the river from the boardwalk near the fishing shanties.
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Scenes from our hometown, Sheboygan WI Copyright 2010-14 Kenneth J Anderson & Assoc.
Commercial Fishing BoatOne of four active commercial fishing boats on the Sheboygan River. You can see a bit of a second boat behind this one.
Outdoor Dining at the Mucky DuckDelightful little restaurant and pub in an old fishing shanty. Not a square corner in the place, tons of character, menu is extensive but inexpensive, overlooks the Sheboygan River.
Looking Across the RiverThis building houses some condos on the upper floor, and several businesses on ground level. The large boat in front of the building is a cruise boat.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center - Old Mansion WingThis building is an old family home, and it houses part of the JMKAC ... a delightful art museum and gallery, also incorporating educational spaces and a performance venue.
Cameron in Cockpit, August 2007This is Sebastien Bourdais’ Newman-Haas Champ Car --- the winner of Sunday’s race at Road America, the four-mile road course just south of Elkhart Lake.
Reventlow Scarab, July 2007Awesome performer from late ‘50s ... Augie Pabst drove one for years, this isn’t his, though. This is in the paddock at Road America during the July vintage festival..
How Do You Spell “Dominance” ... A U D IThis diesel-powered monster could get around the 4 mile track in about 1:45 ... with just a “whoosh!” (in paddock at the American Le Mans event at Road America, August 2008)
This McKee Has A Colorful HistoryPaul Newman drove this car in “Winning” ... and launched his racing career. The Smothers Brothers also are listed ... Dick drove. Vintage weekend, Road America 2007.
Elegant MG-TC from about 1950 ... seen in May 2008, Road AmericaAmerican GIs saw and drove cars like this during WWII ... and kicked off US road racing when they returned. The first races at Elkhart Lake were in the streets in the early 1950s.