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Travel Blogs from Thunder Bay
... generation of trees. We cut them down and burn them for heat, pulp them into paper, or build shelters and picnic tables from them.
I realize that every part of a tree is love. And I’m surrounded by trees. Surrounded by love.
I fall into the best sleep I’ve had on the trip so far.
Graffiti in the loo: The cairn killer is back, only this time there’s an addendum. “2008: Finally got laid. Don’t care about cairns ...
... there to the campground. We’ve been up ahead another quarter mile and didn’t see any sign, so we’re thinking we missed it.”
I look at the map. “We haven’t been able to see the lake in awhile.” The “lake” being Superior to the north. “And the campsite is right on the lake. We would have seen it.”
They agree to keep on hiking with us, but maybe a mile further on, Mike, again certain that we’ve gone ...