homes on Lake Geneva were photographed by Judy from the mail boat on July
16, 2007. A few of them are a bit blurry because the boat never stopped,
and rarely slowed down.
After the home pictures you'll find a few antique boat pictures.
(These are thumbnails. You can see larger versions by clicking on them.)
| Younglands - A 50-room
mansion finished in 1901 at a cost of $1 million dollars. The dining room
seats 100 at a single hand-carved table. A miniature golf course and
gymnasium are on the forth floor; a three-lane bowling alley is in the
basement; and there's a roof-top swimming pool.
T&A have made an offer.
|The blue sheet laid out in the yard is a circus tent being erected for a forthcoming party.|
Lake Geneva, WI Boats
seem to be hundreds of classic and antique boats berthed on Lake Geneva.
They're difficult to photograph, however, because they're generally
protected in canvas-walled boat lifts.
Here are a few Judy could photograph.
|We saw three gorgeous steam yachts like this one. The red-shirted figure on the right side of the photo is the mail girl scrambling back onto the mail boat after jumping off to place mail into the rural mailbox on a private pier.|
|These vessels are part of the tour/charter fleet.|
|Louise is said to be the oldest operating vessel on the lake. She was originally steam powered, but may have been converted to internal combustion.|
|Another shot of Louise. She's just as beautiful on close inspection.|