Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Celebrating Our Wedding Anniversary

Gerry and I were married 58 years ago on August 17.  We heard from many different people how great The Lighthouse Restaurant in Cedar Lake was.  Since we wanted to make it a special night, we picked it for dinner.

 They have patio and indoor dining available but we made the reservation for indoors due to it being windy and with a threat of rain.  Again!  Reservations weren't required for the patio area and it looked like a nice place to enjoy a meal.

 The bar was shaped like an old wooden speed boat and it was polished to a high sheen.  It was being put to good use while we were there.

We left just about sunset and almost captured a nice sunset photo.  It was overcast and the sun couldn't push through all the clouds.

 We were seated in a small room with a window view of the lake.  Gerry had a taste for steak and ordered a nice filet mignon and I ordered the Chicken Parmesan.  We had a spinach artichoke dip as an appetizer and it was great.  The whole meal was fantastic and we managed to walk out very satisfied with the meal and the service.

Here we are at our table just before the meal was brought out.  Doesn't she look great for being married to me for 58 years?  I sure picked out the right girl those many years ago.

We went back to the motorhome after the meal and enjoyed a nice glass of wine.  (Happy Anniversary, love of my life, Larry!)

Cassie, Jack & Bella were here on our anniversary and we shared a fantastic pizza with them.  We enjoyed the pizza with them at the motorhome.  It was a stormy night and we didn't feel up to going out and getting soaked.

That was our day, how was yours?


  1. Congratulations, you two dear friends. Yes, you did pick a gem, Larry. I love her. Your meal sounded scrumptous.

  2. Congratulations on such a long and happy marriage! Looks like you celebrated in style. Wishing you many more great years together and fun times traveling by RV.

  3. Congratulations you two. WOW...58 years is something to be very proud of. You could teach the young adults about what it takes to stayed married!