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... eagles and loons and paddled close in to the shore at some points to see the beautiful forest landscape that comes right down almost to water's edge.
Almost all the trees and plants are new to us and it's fun getting to know them.
Today we were scheduled to go out on a boat trip led by the Park Service to Kettle Falls, the place where one lake empties into another. All these lakes flow into ...
... to do a tour of the lake country. The landscape certainly makes this route a different drive than following Hwy 17 and the GPS didn't indicate much difference in time. I am SO glad to be off the Transcanada #1 - it is SO rough!
We did a Walmart night in Fort Frances under a 'no overnight parking sign' (with permission) with a collection of other vehicles as we didn't have Internet or ...
... few days where very enjoyable as Norma’s mum’s cousin Barb threw a huge BBQ, that also enabled me to meet so many of Norma’s friends and relatives, and I received loads of chocolate too! We also visited Norma’s church where I got introduced to a bunch of really friendly people, and finally got to meet Jane, Diane and Caren (and they finally got to meet Kermit)! We had also timed it well for Canada day where we got to watch the ...
... 10,000 lakes, and there are actually almost 12,000 lakes over 10 acres in size. As I approached the northeast corner of the state I saw that I was close to International Falls so I decided to go take a look. Surprise, no falls! Talking to some locals, it seems that they dammed up the falls and built a power plant. Destroying a waterfall just to supply electricity to tens ...
... American War. All of the men and women depicted in the mural were connected to folks in Ashland. WOW!
The Oredock Mural shows the largest concrete boat dock (1800 feet) ever built for loading and unloading Iron ore and other products on Lake Superior. Sadly, the dock fell into disrepair and is ...