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... those parks you really have to want to see. It's not on the way to anywhere. In 1975 Voyageurs became our 36th National Park. It is one of the few places in North America where you can see rock half the age of the earth, the bedrock of the continent, 2.8 billion years old.
During the last ice age glaciers scoured away the younger rock, depositing it in moraines south of here, and as they retreated ...
... the seemingly secluded lakes. We did make sure to stop at the Terry Fox memorial outside Thunder Bay. It was a good place for picnic lunch (the chipmunk got fed too) and an opportunity to reflect upon the enormity of Terry Fox's goal. Driving that highway and stoping there helps to solidify both Fox's achievement for the kids, and why he resonates in the hearts of many Canadians. From an entirely different point of view, the kids appreciated the free wi-fi. Veda ...
Today was another day of driving. I couldn't convince Don that we should visit Winnipeg this time but maybe on the way back we will make a stop. We did do a drive-through in Kenora looking for the best price for diesel and found one of those historic chip wagons in the process. That helped to break up the day a bit!
We have never traveled south on hwy #71 and then #11 from Kenora to Fort Frances ...
... time to stay for a few days. We drove for 13-14 hours in a single day, covering nearly 1200km. The route took us through four American states and past the huge city of Chicago (we didn’t visit the city unfortunately). Down in Knox, Indiana, we visited and stayed with Norma’s very much loved Great Uncle Hugh. He had also recently celebrated his birthday and is now the wise old age of 90. We had timed it well as we got to help him move to his ...
After my grueling Mich. trip, I slipped along the upper border of Wisconsin into Minnesota and then north to my next Nat. Park. Minn. is another gosh-darn pretty state. Wonderful forests along the way, with deciduous hardwoods in the south becoming more pine, spruce, birch, and poplar in the north. I also passed numerous lakes, not a bad one in the lot. Minnesota is known as the ...