Grand Portage Lodge and Casino
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... Wild” and live
Kakabeka Falls is the second tallest
falls in Ontario (I'll leave it up to you to figure out the tallest)
and one gets a lot of exercise walking the trails and using the phone
Spent one day organizing stuff –
setup pneumonia shot for when Cindy return, found out the RV places
are booked solid for ...
Grand Portage National Monument is a United States National Monument located on the north shore of Lake Superior in northeastern Minnesota that preserves a vital center of fur trade activity and Anishinaabeg Ojibwe heritage.The Grand Portage is an 8.5-mile footpath which bypasses a set of waterfalls and rapids on the last 20 miles of the Pigeon River before it flows into Lake Superior. This path is part of the historic ...
... The Falls would be impressive any time but the volume of water flowing was amazing. While walking down the road a deer bounded out of the wooded area and along the other side of the road.
We haven't had any cell phone service for the past few days so felt out of touch and it was good to reconnect today. We leave for Manitoba Friday am and plan to take a couple of days to reach Riding Mountain National Park.
Day 8: approximately 12.7 miles
I think I might be lost.
Forcing my way through a veritable wall of alders and young maples, all I see is green. To my left, to my right, in front of me, behind me, over my head, nothing but green. The only evidence of a trail is at my feet, where beings of one sort or another have worn a path through the undergrowth. The question is whether those beings were human. Two days ago, I thought we were following a human path, too, and I ...
I'm shivering in the damp air at the Grand Portage dock on Lake Superior. It’s six forty five in the morning, and Julie and I are standing alongside the Voyageur II, the ferry that will take us to Isle Royale. It is smaller than I expected—the only other ferries I’ve been on were near Seattle, and those behemoths can carry over a thousand passengers and a hundred cars. The Voyageur is only 60’, doesn’t carry cars, and can seat only about fifty passengers. ...