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... but after meeting Ted and Honey and Holly and Lucky, I quickly saw that they have. Ted was gregarious, loved the water while Honey was grumpy and liked to be alone. Even though Ted and Honey had been raised together as pets, they were so different. In some States, bears are allowed to be kept by the public with the right permits. Ted and Honey's owners had raised them but their insurance had changed and ...
... and IR engine ever made, called the Yellowstone. The museum was done quite well and had a display that included shops, mercantile, barber shops, etc. that you would have seen in that period of time. We then walked through the canal street area, where we saw the aerial bridge, a Great Lakes iron ore ship called the Irvin that was over 2 football fields long. We also had to partake in the Rocky Mountain chocolate shop. Off to Wisconsin!!!! ...
... of yesterday's hike and last night's campfire - I head out for a morning hike unfazed by freezing temps in late May, knowing that adventure has only begun.
I'm at Tettegouche State Park, perchance my favorite of the North Shore parks, this time hiking ...
... North Shore parks.
1. Can't talk right now, I'm out of breath
2. I'm a lottle out of shape
3. My knees hurt going down steps (read as: I'm getting old)
But it's getting easier every time out and soon I will be 100% comfortable on the trails. Shovel Point is a great motivator: fantastic sweeping views of Lake Superior and the rocky ...
... Tettegouche State Park, following a gorgeous rocky section of the Lake Superior shore. I stopped at an overlook just off the path, sat down and watched the waves crash against the rocks. After ten minutes, a spry older woman comes down the stairs to the same overlook. We exchange hellos, then she looks left and ...