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Yes, that is a picture of Jonny Lang playing in Egg Harbor

The Peg Egan Center just started its 7th year as a performing arts venue in Egg Harbor, and this year we decided to do it “Egg Harbor Style!”  Yup, Jonny Lang, outside on a Sunday night, all for free.  And what a show it was!  Amazing!  A few people showed up, too! When you come up to Door County, check out the performances.  They are on Sunday night, always free, bring your own food and beverages   June 29 The Nylons July 6 Jimmy LaFave Band July 13 Peg Egan Fol Festival July 20 Switchback July 27 Flamenco Night August 3 Daley and Vincent August 10 The Birch Creek Jazz Orchestra August 17 Todd Weeks and...

Opening Day 2014!

Well, the winter vacation is over!  Yup, April 25 and I’m here waiting for you to come on up.  It’s a beautiful day (finally), and businesses are opening all across the County.  Betty and Lori are cleaning your room right now, so make that reservation at www.lullabi-inn.com See you...

Koepsel’s Farm Market

      So, things have quieted down a bit here at the Lull-Abi Inn, so I have some time to get back to blogging about some interesting places in Door County.  While I am typing this I am also munching on a jar of pickled asparagus from Koepsel’s Farm Market.  Wow!  What a find!  I’ve never been to Koepsel’s because, like me, they are seasonal.  But today I had an errand up there (Hwy 57 north end of Bailey’s Harbor…way north end) and I stopped in to visit my friend Corrina, who is part of the family that owns this market. I was stunned at the variety!  This is no minor undertaking here!  A great beer selection, bakery, cheese counter, preserves, salsas, and on and on.  I left with a jar of pickled asparagus, clover honey, cherry honey mustard dip (thinkin’ that might be good for pork chops) and a bag of pretzels. Be sure to visit Koepsel’s on your next trip!   And…you can shop...

Autumn weather, autumn guests

It’s settling down just a bit in door county. While we are still awfully busy, the pace has slowed. The weather is cooler and the regular guests of autumn are coming in every day. Ahhh! The picture is just a random snapshot from my office to show you how beautiful it is today in Door County. Make your fall reservations now! See you...

So what is it?

This is a picture of some of the new hardware for the new high speed internet at the Lull-Abi Inn!  Yup, we have a few of these white antennas wired directly to the router in the office.  What that means is no more wandering around looking for the best signal from the repeaters.  And, speed is the same in room 29 as it is in room 1! Many thanks to my buddy Steve who helped design it and got it up and running. Be sure to try it out on your next trip to Door...

Mr. 442 just made a reservation….

    I got a call today for a reservation,  the email address was mr442.  Well, any good 50ish year old ex General Motors gear head (me) knows that was a special Olds Cutlass from the 60s and 70s, a real classic (4 barrel, 4 speed, dual exhaust-442).  That reminded me that I just got information about Egg Harbor’s “Door County Sports and Classics” car show  which will be Saturday Aug 18th from 10:00 to 3:00 at various placed throughout the Village, and yes, Lynn, I really do want the muscle cars here at the Lull-Abi!   I’ll post more info as I get it, but you can register at http://www.eggharbordoorcounty.org/media/125847/car%20show%20entry%20form.pdf. This will be...

Malibu Moos, a hidden gem!

I always go to Fish Creek on Monday night.  Been doing it for years.  During the summer season it’s nice to enjoy seasonal places, and that’s also the night I treat myself to frozen custard.  Often, that’s at Malibu Moos!  Located at the end of the alley behind the Bayside (where I start my Mondays (!), moos has a great selection of custards and mix-ins.  Having spent a bit of my career in the ice cream business, I know a good product when I taste the vanilla, and trust me, this stuff is good. I also enjoy mix-in, cold stone shops where you can pick this and that and watch some young college girl mix up your custard, but then, I digress.  Moos is in a great location right next to the Fish Creek marina and park, so you can watch the activity down there as the day ends and the cool breezes blow in from the bay. Here’s the website Malibu Moos.  I took some pictures Monday but they weren’t very good so I’m not going to post them, but stop in yourself and check it...