This is the first installment of many Architectural Control Committee (ACC) articles to be published on the Brickyard Creek Community website. The articles will include topics pertinent to the ACC’s charge of helping to protect Brickyard Creek’s unique identity and our primary amenity — Mother nature.
By: Jeff Rennicke, Executive Director, Friends of Apostle Islands National LakeshoreThey are always there, in stormlight or sunshine, moonrise or mist: the Apostle Islands. They sit just offshore at the edge of the Brickyard Creek community and yet somehow are a big...
In Brickyard Creek Chronicles, Chapter 4: Naming the Creek, we gave you a brief history on the development of a brickyard at Roy’s Point by Col. Rudd. Rudd had leased the land at Roy’s Point from William Dalrymple. The Bayfield Brick Manufacturing Company was only in operation from 1889 to 1892, probably coming to its demise as the result of the Financial Panic of 1893.
“Joys come from simple and natural things: mists over meadows, sunlight on leaves, the path of the moon over water.” ~Sigurd Olson
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