The Shoreline Inn
Travel Blogs from Grand Marais
... earned their keep today. I let the tire set for a few minutes after it was remounted and aired up. It then leaked down, so I was perplexed as to what was wrong, but soon found the valve core was not secured well. After fixing that issue it seemed to do fine, so I remounted the wheel to the trailer. At this point it is late in the day, I have no phone service, and I am well behind in my schedule so I decide to retreat to Grand Marais where I know they have a municipal campground ...
The Cascade River offers a relatively easy hike with absolutely, spectacular views of this raging river. Although there are several trails, I would suggest walking up the left side of the river, and instead of crossing it, as the park people will tell you, simply turn around and walk back the way you came. The left side provides far better views. There was one spot where ...
... enough as the path is lined with birch trees. The best pictures are from the shoreline. From Split Rock we head to our hotel in Grand Marais, MN. Grand Marais is a pleasant small town with a nice waterfront. Our hotel was right on the water. We were on the 2nd floor and slept with our balcony door open a little so we could hear the water as we went to ...
We couldn't have asked for more from a honeymoon spot. The Lutsen resort has a great history rooted in a fishing pioneer and homesteader (Nelson got 160 acres for $13), the lodge and grounds are wonderfully rustic yet very comfortable (pool, game room, dining room, bar, nature trail, two awesome covered bridges, ...
... br> unduly stresses, it slowly undress,
paddling renews in me,
the sense of peace and wonder,
brings in the child, long surrendered,
rejuvinates the soul,
brings me back home,
where to nature's bosom
I truly belong,
paddling lets me free,
distance me from the din of society
glues my sanity, ...