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... a minute to realize just how big the ship was. Nick steered the boat all around the perimeter of the sunken ship. The water was so clear that you could see the ship pretty easily. It was not weathered much because the cold climate up here does not support a lot of marine life, making preservation easy. The boat sunk because of a steam engine fire and has been sitting in the lake since September of 1901. That's over 100 years! I hope the crew on that ship had ...
... lots of dragonflies, frogs, a squirrel, a deer, and a snake. Once you go so far, everything started to look the same so we turned around to go find something else to do.
We went back to La Pointe to get ice cream from Granpa Tony's. I had a waffle cone with a scoop of cherry ice cream on the bottom and a scoop of Carmel something or another on top. It was SO GOOD! After ice cream, we stopped at the local grocery store for marshmallows so we could roast them on the fire ...
I wanted to get up early and head to The Apostle Islands, but we didn't hit the road until around 9ish. We had to stop at PNC because the bank had a hold on Mirza's card. We took care of that (kind of), grabbed some Starbucks (definitely needed that fix), and hit the road (10 hours of quality car time with Mirza, Oh My!). The drive actually wasn't too bad, but I think I'm just used to being in the car for long hours at a time by now. We passed through a couple of little towns ...
... just in our bike cloths. The sun started coming out as we made our way across to the island. What a great ride we had on the island. We started out across the island for the State Park in the middle of the Madeline Island. Seven miles later, we were there. A very green and tree lined road with Lupine like you've never seen. I think we’ve seen at least four colors of it so far. The flowers had to be at ...
... along the river and served the lumberjacks. We were amazed to read about and see how much the Civil Conservation Corp contributed to every states infrastructure. Lastly, we climbed the 100 foot fire tower and peered out over the immense forest. Next, we headed out to Gooseberry Falls State Park. On the way we stopped in Chisolm and toured the Minnesota Mining display and the Discovery Center. Bill enjoyed exploring all of ...