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... music because her daughter is a piano performance major. Small world! Turns out the owner was a music educator for ten years before opening the yarn shop. Her husband is trombone performance. We chatted some more. I decided I couldn't leave without buying something from these great ladies! We took a picture. I promised a shout out to them on my blog. Left with a smile and continued down the GRR to Palisade, MN for pie! Palisade Cafe was listed in my GRR books ...
... maintaining the original design but continuing to add modern touches. They have many upscale stores too!
We had wanted to check out this area of Minnesota before heading east! There are some amazing lakes & charming ...
Around 4pm i decided the storm was almost over and took a walk downtown. Vendors from the annual Craft Sale were loading up their vehicles after being washed out today. Downtown was like most small towns but had some variety and not just Pawn and Liquor shops. Took a few pics nothing exciting but good to get out.
Remember I told ...
... The route follows the river and is very twist not an A to B Interstate highway and it took me a 1/2 day to get used to the slower pace.
Stopping off in Bemindji I was surprised to find Steam Punk style sculptures. I originally went there to shot the Paul Bunyan and Babe statues. I also got a couple of fabulous shots of a bird using telephoto.
The Mississippi river grows wide over a shot distance, you can see from my shots today comparing it ...
... and decided to go through Canada from the Soo locks to Niagara Falls, so are checking with our car insurance and our cell phone plans so that we are covered in Canada. We brought our passports along to be prepared for this eventuality. To get to Cape Cod, which is due East of us, we either need to go above or below the Great Lakes. We have driven around each one in the past, which helped us decide which route we wanted to take again.