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Travel Blogs from Grand Marais
... to depart. We went down to check on door prizes, and catch a second breakfast at the Chalet, and Steve went to load out and leave while I went to work. Turned out the cleanup was not going to go as projected due to so many folks waiting to visit the on-site store so the crew was released and I went to pack. I pulled out about 1000 or so and had a nice ride up MN 61 where I ran into Betty's Pie Shop, an old friend and purveyor of excellent pies. I tried to avoid it, but the bike ...
... down at the water from a bridge and the river appeared to look as though it was showing us a view of North and South America from outer space - of course water levels dictate these types of things. You could do this nice little hike in an hour, but slow down and take two hours. You'll thank yourself when you've finished. Take bug spray.
For the record only:
From Duluth we continued north to Gooseberry Falls State Park. The falls are very easy to get to and you can climb all over them. Bring your suit if you want to get wet. From Gooseberry Falls we went to Split Rock Lighthouse. It is one of the more picturesque lighthouses you'll ever see. Too bad it was a bit overcast by then. The hike to the shoreline ...
... sandy beach, multiple firepits:). We enjoyed fine dining, live folk music, sea kayaking, mountain luge, gondola rides to a spectacular view of Superior, skipping stones, checkers, and fires every night.
The lake is cold and the mosquitos a bit pesky after dark, but the moon was was full and the romance was ...
... my mind to creativity,
empowering my whole being profoundly
paddling is contentment,
brings back memories, carefree and pleasant
I'm one with the water, I'm in my element,
outdoors always a pure enjoyment,
nature's vista, its colors pleasurable,
its hidden bounty, its secret joy,
silent beauty uncomparable.....