Norway Inn Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... a local brewpub before our tour.
The pictured rocks are sandstone cliffs that are being eroded away by the wind and waves of Lake Superior. What makes them different is the huge mineral deposits that make them “bleed” different colors. Everything from rust to bright turquoise is present. We also saw several waterfalls along the shoreline. The sandstone was really impressive. We are spoiled by ...
... new stand with newspaper and three different kinds of gun magazines and lots of Jesus tshirts. There are also well-marked snowmobile trails, complete with their own red octagonal mini-stop signs. Little to no cell phone service up here, but should be crossing into Wisconsin soon. Couldn't ask for better traveling companions! Girls are doing great. We are watching/listening to season 1 of Muppet show. Off we go again! Hope to be in Baudette ...
"The Moon,The Stars and The Sea Are We." And the birch tree, and the
smooth beach rock, and the darting dragonfly, and the child splashing in the
river, each are part of us as well. Everything, everyone is connected. The
Princeton astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson said, “I look up at the night
sky, and I know that, yes, we are part of this Universe, we are in this
Universe, but perhaps more important than both of those facts is that the
Universe is ...
... I talked to the locals and found out the following: A Yooper is a common term for residents of the Upper Penisula of Michigan. It is derived from the initials U.P. which is pronounced you-pee. U.P. stands for Upper Peninsula, as opposed to the lower peninsula of Michigan. Yoopers make fun of Trolls. Trolls are from 'down below', referring to lower Michigan. Yoopers come from above the bridge, referring to the Mackinac Bridge, which separates upper Michigan from lower ...
... are cliffs along the edge of Lake Superior with colourful layers of rock as well as staining from different minerals that come with the water that seeps out of the rock. It was a lovely way to spend over two hours on the lake.
For dinner we returned to the Navigator restaurant where we had eaten the night before. The food was good and plentiful and there was a good variety of beer. Another late night as we all sat in our house having a few drinks and good conversation.