Surfside on Lake Superior
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... sunset but thunder was on the way. The wind was blowing east and the thunder was coming from the west. We went to bed pretty early with the thunder quickly approaching. We got dumped on pretty hard for about an hour. The wind blew water under our tent but we managed to stay pretty dry on top of our sleeping pads.
Day four of our trip we woke up and hung up the tent, sleeping bags, and anything else that got wet in the storm. We stayed around camp for awhile ...
... Superior. It was built in 1910 after 29 ships were lost in1905. It gets rough in the lake. Lots to see there.
We stayed at a lovely although slightly run-down camp on a beautiful lake. They call Minnesota the land of 10,000 lakes and we have seen many of them. It is a beautiful state.I must admit that the most I knew of it was that it gets below 40 degrees F in winter.
... a wonderful morning. It was a foggy day, with lots of moisture in the air, at times hard to tell if it was spray from the falls or drizzle from the sky. In the end, love the way the falls show through the mist in the photos.
A critical component of the road trip is the music that permeates every driving moment. And sometimes those moments when you're parked but have to finish the song even though it's on a CD and you've heard it 6,000 times. If you close your eyes and imagine a car riding through space on a path of musical staff and notes, that's pretty much how my road trip works.
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... s North Shore.
So what to do on a rainy foggy afternoon in Grand Marais? I present to you in the following photo essay:
Exploring Grand Marnier.