We went to Door County, Wisconsin for the first time in 2013. It was a 16 hour drive so we drove through Kansas to Des Moines, Iowa the first day and on to Door County the second. We stayed at Applewood Cottage, located on the EE between Egg Harbor and Fish Creek. The Door County Scottie Rally is a two-day event that always occurs the third weekend in May. There are all kinds of activities and workshops to attend as well as auctions,  informative sessions, ultrasound screenings, behavior consultations, micro-chipping.  Mom learned how to make a tug toy and I won the prize for the fastest Scottie. We made great friends there and helped contribute to the health and rescue of Scottish terriers. On the second day, there was a parade and all the Scotties ( usually over 100) were led through the town of Bailey’s Harbor by a corps of bagpipers. The streets were lined with cheering clapping, people; Mom was worried if we could do it but we were naturals and it was our favorite thing. After the rally, we visited the national parks, lighthouses, cherry orchards (they were blooming and magnificent), wineries, small villages and just enjoyed the spectacular scenery of this Lake Michigan peninsula. ~ Indy and Lucy