Kintzele Ditch runs parallel to shore on this day, virtually eliminating all of the beach on the Mt. Baldy side of the stream. Lake Michigan has eroded most of the beach over the years, and collapsed a good portion of the foredunes in this area of the National Lakeshore.
Despite predictions for cold weather and rain, the beach was very comfortable on this morning. The cold front rolled in a bit later, bringing with it rain and much colder temperatures. A wall of fog can be seen on the horizon over Lake Michigan; it slowly made it to shore, as we left the beach.
Posted by Tom Gill at Thursday, June 04, 2015