The Bayfield Inn
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... Islands are now forested with no inhabitants except for 1, but come with a rich history of survivalists who tried to live thru the grueling 4-5 winter months. Several islands have sandy beaches at 250-500' high where the water level once was millions of years ago. The colorful caves make us wonder about their past. Town of Bayfield reminds us of Port Townsend, WA....fun quirky shops and eateries on the water's ...
... cold but we decided to go to Big Bay State Park on the island. We hiked for several miles along the shore of Lake Superior and were able to see some beautiful rock formations. We would have hiked longer but the winds along the shore and it being so cold we decided to cut our hike short. It is a nice island but not a place we would like to live in ...
We had a nice drive on Sunday to Bayfield, WI, The drive reminded us of some of the roads in Alaska. Bayfield is a tourist town with a population of less than 500, located on Lake Superior the largest of the Great Lakes with over 37,000 square miles. Also located here is the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, which consists of 21 islands off the coast of the Bayfield Peninsula.
We are really enjoying our visit and took a ...
After a much needed warm nights rest we set off to complete the last few miles of the trail. The end seemed anti climactic....... Until a trail was found that led us to a rockey lakes edge with good picture opportunities. The trail was complete. Our trip north was over but our ...
After a good nights sleep we started on the road to cover some serious miles. Made good time all the way up to the chequamegon national forest where we were met with MANY challenges to include log jumping, water crossing, steep up hill and down hill slopes, washed out roads, swampy trails and........ Snow. Up to 2 1/2 feet to be exact, which made for a VERY long ride to the point where ...