While driving around Kenosha after our fine breakfast at Frank's Diner, we came across this fun mosaic mural depicting the city's 1866 Southport lighthouse. I've never toured the "Old Kenosha lighthouse" but it is now open for visits weekends from May to October so I'll have to add it to my list.
I also spotted some gulls out on the ice near the "new" Kenosha lighthouse built on the north pier of Simmons Island in 1906.
In my hurry to get a shot of them and return to the truck in the sub-zero
windchill I almost missed seeing the ducks floating around on the
cracked ice at the edge of the pier.
I didn't see any fish like in the mosaic, but no surprise there! This post is linked to Mural Monday.