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The beginning of this new adventure for us began with saying goodbye to Duluth...and all of the material items we could stand to part with. Despite these efforts we still have too much junk. A full 12 feet in a semi, a pretty full Jeep, and a cargo carrier full that rides on top of the Jeep. Wish we had more time for cleaning, packing, and mostly friends and family...but we are so excited to begin the journey tomorrow :) Next stop: Billings, ...
... After two attempts we found a place to get the oil changed. A quick stop at CVS for toothpaste, OFF, and spot remover for our clothes and we headed back to the hotel just as the first thunderstorm past overhead dumping lots of rain on us.
Finishing up the day doing laundry.
It was a relaxing day. We did indeed tour the museum, but the fun part for me was riding the ...
... the surface. Our guide gave us a short safety lesson before loading us into ore cars that had been converted to carry passengers. The train ride was 3/4 of a mile to the end of the mine drift. We then climbed a spiral staircase to where mining was being done when the mine ceased operation in December 1962. The next 45 minutes was spent showing us how hard rock iron mining was done from 1882 until 1962. It is very difficult ...
... and we went off to our hotel for the night. Mary's Version I was glad that this was a shorter ride. As I've said before, I don't know how Greg does it! It was exciting to find Schoolcraft State Park. Greg has told that story about his Mother's family on a number of different occasions. To see an actual place where his ancestor camped! Pretty cool! And as Greg said, it was a lot of fun to see Tammy. I think we figured out that it had been at least 6 years since we'd seen ...
... We dropped in to see Gooseberry Falls on the way home and took a walk around as well... We stopped in for a late lunch at Knife River, Emily's Eatery. They had a great Oktoberfest menu and we enjoyed the view out the river to the lake. Duluth has a lift bridge at the mouth of the harbour. We were really lucky to see the bridge lift a few times during our visit...see photos and videos below. One night we had dinner at Fitger's. Great ...
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