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... Islands are now forested with no inhabitants except for 1, but come with a rich history of survivalists who tried to live thru the grueling 4-5 winter months. Several islands have sandy beaches at 250-500' high where the water level once was millions of years ago. The colorful caves make us wonder about their past. Town of Bayfield reminds us of Port Townsend, WA....fun quirky shops and eateries on the water's ...
Today was the day to see Madeline Island, the largest island of the 22 Apostle Islands. Madeline Island is 14 miles long and 3 miles wide and the town of La Pointe, 1834, is on the island. The only way to get to the island is by ferry or if your lucky enough to be here when Lake Superior freezes you can drive on the ice to the island. It was ...
... the islands on Monday. This was a nice 3 hour cruise going around most of islands and several lighthouses. We also went by Devils Island which is the northernmost point of Wisconsin. Tomorrow we are taking a ferry over to the largest of the Apostle Islands, Madeline. There is a state park on the island with hiking to several sea caves and beautiful shorelines.
This so far has been the most beautiful area of our trip!! Life is ...
We decided to take a drive today to check out as much of the northern part of the state as possible. It's sooooooo windy that we don't want to drive Klyed anywhere. We (just by chance) saw a sign for Gooseberry Falls State Park and waterfalls. Hmmm...okay.
The trail was probably 3 or 4 miles long. It started at the midway falls and then went down to lower falls, across a bridge ...
... Two Harbors!
There is a very nice rocky beach right in front of us and, of course, a lake that looks as big as an ocean.
We found a great trail that goes up to the left of the beach through a memorial park and dumps us out at a light house and Iron Ore port in Agate Bay. (Or what ever they call it. It's where the big ships come in and they fill them with iron ore. It's enormous.)
We walked out on to the end of the pier where the little light house is, then back up to the ...