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... a bit further south to Temperance River State Park and walked part of the trail down past the waterfall to the rocky shore line of Lake Superior. We drove back to Grand Marais and enjoyed a beer on a roof top terrace listening to a local musician playing his country music.
All too soon it was time to hit the road back to Thunder Bay after a great day out in the warm September sunshine.
The hotel we stayed at left much to be desired, Conrad reckons it was probably more a rent by the hour place........ I found that is you had a family of over four people finding a single room was impossible and as soon as two rooms were booked the price was way out of our budget so we had little choice. (Also helped by only being able to do a very short search online for a city we didn't know.)
We wanted to meet up with ...
... the kids before making use of the fire pit for s'mores. Many marshmallows were consumed, lots of sticky fingers and big smiles. Most grown-ups had dessert before dinner, s'mores was an absolute treat. We even managed to introduce them to Uncle Richard, who wanted to go back for seconds after dinner!
Conrad managed to get away for a short drive and walk, he wanted to see some more wildlife. He was not lucky with that but ...
... Labor Day until early afternoon. The rest of our trip should be dry and mostly sunny.
We neglected, however, to check conditions for today’s drive. Thanks to the miracle of cellular data and mobile computing devices, we know the storm is moving the same direction we are, which means the weather still sucks when we reach Grand Marais. French for “Great Marsh,” Grand Marais is something of an artist’s colony, but also an Up North vacation ...
... wilderness area full of campsites and water trails in which canoeists travel for days and even weeks across. We met some a family if 3 generations just returning from a 4 day trip and another group of young men returning from a 10 day, 75 mile trip. I visited with a couple who work for local outfitters and, on their day off, were headed out to an island to pick blueberries.
We launched our kayaks at Seagull lake and headed ...