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... showing definite signs of fall, and lots of pretty lakes. Crossed the Mississippi river at St. Cloud and almost didn't notice it. Not nearly as dramatic as crossing the Missouri a few days ago.
And then about an hour from Duluth I ran smack into a huge wind again. The sky was looming grey overhead and I was sure it ...
Got back home yesterday. I can't even begin to tell what a great adventure it has been. The Mouse performed without missing a beat and everybody got along as we should. We'd like to thank all the people who encouraged us along the way. At every stop we made the interest in what we were doing was astounding. The visits from the Mang sisters, cousin Ed and Amanda Nelson, Dale Alger, cousin Judy Lambert Minemyer, John ...
... kids happily watched a couple of movies, a great way to pass the time.
We passed some very interesting wildlife (mostly roadkill!) deer, a bear, skunks, raccoons, an eagle and a groundhog.
There was great excitement when we stopped for a pee break and found a little turtle in the grass. Matty claimed it and held it proudly the rest of the journey (losing it a few times but thankfully found it again unharmed). He christened him Leonardo the turtle. He was supposed to let him ...
Saturday we could walk from our campground at the docks to the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center the museum which is operated by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The museum is located near the Aerial Lift Bridge (see video) which overlooks the entrance to the Duluth-Superior harbor.
The bridge ...
... was before. Amazing how nature can recover from a major disaster. Another marker I stopped at was to commemorate the wars between the Chippewa and the Sioux for control of the Yellow River Valley in the early 1700's. turns out the Chippewa were fierce warriors and chased the Sioux out of their territory. They then established permanent settlements in several locations that lasted until the 1760's when the French took over that area ...