Welcome to my gallery about Death's Door.
Welcome to Porte des Morts, which is what the French named the peninsula jutting out into Lake Michigan north of Green Bay, WI, better know as Door County, Wisconsin. The name is actually for the passage between the tip of the mainland and Washington Island, which is filled with old shipwrecks, one from the 1860's is near the closed Coast Guard Station at Plum Island, sitting in less than ten feet of water and quite visible.
Famous for cherries, fishing, and a get-away for those living further south, like Milwaukee. The are is known for good food, friendly people, and beautiful scenery, and for "Death's Door Vodka".
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