Lindgren's Bed and Breakfast

Address: \N, Lutsen, Minnesota, 55612-0056, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lutsen

Paddled It! Portaged It! Camped It! Loved It!

A travel blog entry by thevoyage on Jul 09, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... packed everything up and moved to a new campsite closer to the beginning of the trip. We fished a lot and Travis finally caught a pike!!! wooo hoooo!!!! I almost caught a fish but it got off the line before I could get it in the boat. When we got to our new campsite we hung everything up again to ensure it was dry before putting the tent together. Travis photographed and fished while I took a much needed nap! Canoeing is a lot of work!

The morning of day five ...

Cascade River Falls

A travel blog entry by soppe on Jun 04, 2015

17 photos

... a wonderful morning. It was a foggy day, with lots of moisture in the air, at times hard to tell if it was spray from the falls or drizzle from the sky. In the end, love the way the falls show through the mist in the photos.


Road Trip Playlist

A travel blog entry by soppe on Jun 04, 2015

2 photos

... I've neglected to set myself up with mixtapes. I've worn out a couple of CD burners and needed to replace the last before leaving. Didn't. Now I'm far from any electronics store and need to be creative. All is not lost: I burned Fleetwood Mac's Greatest Hits (1&2) and an amazing mix before breakage.

I mean, radio is fun. Local stations have plenty of charm and you ...

Exploring Grand Marnier

A travel blog entry by soppe on Jun 04, 2015

2 comments, 16 photos

... s North Shore.

So what to do on a rainy foggy afternoon in Grand Marais? I present to you in the following photo essay:

Exploring Grand Marnier.


Shovels and Trestles

A travel blog entry by soppe on May 30, 2015

32 photos

... son Kurt came across an abandoned railroad trestle deep in the Superior National Forest. The Hoist Creek trestle bridge was last used in the 1920's and the timbers are estimated to be 300 years old. It is believed that logging trains using this trestle bridge transported many of the timbers that built Minneapolis, St Paul, and Chicago.

With permission of ...