Among the activities that some summer travelers plan on for their Door County vacation is a trip to a cherry orchard or farm market for Door County cherries. Maybe you’ve heard the news that due to the unseasonably warm temperatures in March and the snow and freezing temperatures in April and May, Door County’s cherry crop (as well as those in most of the Midwest states) was almost totally destroyed. There will be cherries but the harvest will be very low. Besisides cherry picking, there is still lots to see, do, and experience this summer in Door County, indoors and outdoors. Theater, music events, art exhibits, beaches, state parks, restaurants and shops are all ready for the thousands of visitors who come up here for summer fun and relaxation. Make your plans to stay at the Birchwood Lodge in Sister Bay, with easy access to all that there is to do.