Wisconsin is in the grip of a heat wave so after work this afternoon I headed north. I was looking for a place to stop to break up the drive and it was no surprise when I finally settled on Sheboygan.
I headed straight for the John Michael Kohler Center for the arts, my favorite art museum ever.
Imagine my delight when I discovered the coolest lunch truck ever at the back of their parking lot.
And right beside it an obelisk which has probably always been there but that I have never noticed.
My favorite panel was the one showing the farm at the bottom.
I scurried inside before I melted and headed right for the best bathroom in Wisconsin.
Admission is free but donations are encouraged at this ever-changing art museum.
This visit I was especially drawn to David R. Harper's exhibit.
They have a lovely garden which also contains works of art.
Though this time I did not spend much time outside I felt the temperature dropping as the clouds and the cold front rolled in.
As I listened to the Seagulls squawking from the top of the old Carnegie library doorway I was thankful that I had made this stop, and I'm sure that I will be making it again and again and again.