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We have spent the past three days along the largest surface area of fresh water in the world, containing 10%25 of the accessible fresh water on earth. Lake Superior is all its name implies. Early this morning we headed north, almost to the Canadian border, and set out on a boat to a remote national park. Isle Royale is a large jewel of an island set in this magnificent lake. This evening we arrived, just as the sun was setting, in the boat harbor of Duluth Minnesota, at ...
6-27-14 – Friday
Our fun with Austin & Cory is nearing an end. Today was a full day of traveling as the time for the boys to fly out of Minneapolis, MN on Saturday, was closing in on us. Cloquette, MI was ...
We were on the road for 20hrs yesterday. Stayed at a Wall-mart overnight. I put on my pj's and went shopping. lol. I didn't but could have and I would have blended in. We.were on a road in Michigan where it was so straight that we didn't have to turn the steering wheel for 4hrs. We couldn't post in Michigan we were in a dead zone, the in tire state. In for a long day started at 6:30 am and will be on the road until late ...
... what I am going to post, what I am going to trash. Ugh!
We also stopped to take photos of Split Rock Light House. We would like to have gone out to seed it, but there was road construction, so distance photos will have to do.
We drove further north and then west toward Finland trying to see as much scenery as possible. We stopped for lunch at a little pull out park next to ...
... 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 ...