Not deterred by extensive road construction, we started with a chilly early morning shoot at Walloon Lake with our friend Koz paddling his canoe. While it is tricky to avoid shots of modern boats, Colin managed to get some great footage without falling in the water once. We got some great pictures at Grace Cottage with views of the lake as Hemingway would have seen it. Our next stop was the Horton Bay General Store, where we set up shop on their back patio (after Colin ate a huge scone). George had a great conversation with GT Long and James Ballor, two gentleman who have run with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain on more than one occasion. We had an excellent lunch at the store and then set up in front of the Bay Township Hall for a chat with Georganna Monk, a local historian who has worked tirelessly to preserve the records and pictures of generations of Horton Bay residents. Across the street, in the Wee Cottage, we had a chance to meet Pat Dilworth Jacobson. Pat showed us a portrait of her grandmother, painted by none other than Grace Hall Hemingway, who was a friend of Elizabeth Dilworth. Pat also told us about growing up in Horton Bay and what an experience it was to read the Nick Adams stories and know she was walking down the same road and swimming at the same beach. The Ironton Ferry was our next destination, although we were slightly delayed when George literally ran out of gas. GT and James met us at the ferry and we rode across to the Charlevoix side and back. Poor Cricket was not fond of the noise! Graham the ferry pilot enjoyed hamming it up for the camera. There was a lot of traffic at Ironton this afternoon, so George bribed some teenagers in a golf cart to give us their place in line. Colin drove back to Boyne City with a camera mounted to the hood of his car and we stopped at the Thirsty Goat to hear more stories of bulls and Spain in general from GT and James. All in all, quite a successful day!