Mathew S. Burrows 1890 Inn
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... hotel is pretty nice. We plan on getting breakfast on the road tomorrow since the hotel charges for breakfast, but our parking was included which is rare for a downtown hotel. The room is a really nice size. Once we get to a normal small hotel room, we will be really claustrophobic after these nice big rooms.
... a nice tourist area full of restaurants, the ship museum, some terrific antique places and more. We had one of the best sandwiches I've ever had at Northern Waters Smokehaus. Smoked salmon.....YUMMMM.
We had a good time in Duluth/Superior. Cozy place.
Steve and ...
... me to wade out to a gravel bar to get a better view! I was hesitant at first but it was well worth the traverse across the slippery rocks and cold water! We spent a lot of time watching, listening, and photographing Manabezho and Manido Falls.
We spent the afternoon in the Ottawa National Forest around Rainbow Falls. Travis got some really awesome motion blur photos of the falls. (You will have to wait to see ...
... of a 1960s play by a Swiss, Freiderich Durrenmatt. The adaptation is by Michael Healey, the great Canadian playwright who authored “The Drawer Boy” which Bob Hunt and Driftwood Players did such a great production of a few years ago.
The Patterson theatre is smallish… maybe 600 seats, with a thrust stage. Our seats were at the far upstage extremities of the U shaped seating, so we were strained a bit, and could not see all ...
... kids happily watched a couple of movies, a great way to pass the time.
We passed some very interesting wildlife (mostly roadkill!) deer, a bear, skunks, raccoons, an eagle and a groundhog.
There was great excitement when we stopped for a pee break and found a little turtle in the grass. Matty claimed it and held it proudly the rest of the journey (losing it a few times but thankfully found it again unharmed). He christened him Leonardo the turtle. He was supposed to let him ...