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Travel Blogs from Cook
Well, it was bound to happen. The trip so far has been without problems. All that changed yesterday when I tried to traverse the city of Duluth on my way to Virginia, Mn.. Got caught in high water and believe my engine is hydrolocked. Will find out shortly when I go over to the mechanics. This could be the end of the trip. Even if not don't know how I will get to Virginia as most of the roads north are closed. More to ...
... over Brown Lake was gorgeous.
The site had a fire ring, tent pad, latrine, and a bear pole!
We hung our food on the pole for safe-keeping after a lunch of Tuna wraps. Boy, food sure tastes good when you’re out in the wilderness!
After lunch we took a quick swim, yes swimming on Sept 12th in northern Minnesota is invigorating! We gathered ...
... added to the excitement of trekking into the unknown.
We started out on Friday morning with temperatures somewhere in the forties. The forecast did not look good - it was going to be extremely windy with periods of rain and snow showers. Yes, snow showers! We donned our raingear and set out about 8:30 a.m. My pack weighed in at 25 pounds and my hip pack weighed another 6 pounds. The other girls had slightly bigger packs ...
... than to find the chocolate covered bacon on a stick which we missed this time around!
Our trip to Duluth then up to the boundary waters was non-eventful. We have a beautiful cottage overlooking the lake. I'm attaching a couple of photos of the resort. Our guide will pick us up tomorrow morning and we'll head out on our adventure by 8am. Temps here are going ...
... the crackling of campfires and that 'pfssst sound beer cans make when their opened. Lake vermillion is in the region of waterways and lakes that separate northern Minnesota and Canada. Pristine and much of it still untouched it is a hunter's and fisherman's ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Free parking