Folks, its been a while, and the following post will do a bit to explain why, but before that I need to share with you our Fourth of July trip to the Lundgren Tree Farm. An amazing property in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula just across the boarder with Wisconsin. It’s about a 5 1/2 hour drive from Chicago, and worth every second!
We had the pleasure of plenty of great company of many creative and interesting friends (check out their amazing work and interests at the blogs and websites in the credits below) and delicious fresh meals by the very talented Emily Berman get her recipe for homemade pimento cheese and see some more pictures of the farm featured at Good Beer Hunting. Also, did I mention slow pour coffee straight from heaven daily prepared by her husband Craig, who has a working prototype for an even better slow coffee maker in the works.
the main cabin.
Noble dog. credit: Good Beer Hunting
Living room stove. credit: Hillary Schuster
Kitchen shelf. credit: Hillary Schuster
Remnants of a full day. credit: Hillary Schuster
Noble dog and organ. credit: Good Beer Hunting
Reading and listening. credit: Hillary Schuster
Champagne. credit: Good Beer Hunting
Logging truck. credit: @linztyler
4th of July food truck.
Stained glass windows in the barn. credit: Hillary Schuster
Magical afternoon. credit: @martaspurgeon
Frisbee in the shallow bay
Picnic on the lake in Green Bay
collection of botany watercolors by the Late Honorable Judge Lundgren. credit: @martaspurgeon
in front of the garage
drawing entry in the guest book by Craigton Berman.
check out more pictures from our magical stay at the Lundgren Farm on instagram #farm4th.