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... and personal with the caves. Nick had blow-up kayaks in the front of the boat. Mirza and I got the first one one. Nick blew up the boat and helped us in it. We stayed close to the group until the other two groups were on the water. And we were off! We paddled over to the closest opening and went in. It was frightening at first. If you could hear the sounds coming from insides these caves, you'd be amazed. WOOSH! WOOSH! It sounds like music, like drums. Some ...
... we could burn later. So much for a grocery store... It was more of a gas station convenience store with some produce at the front. But hey, they had what we came for. The Pub was recommended from multiple people for dinner, so that's where we went next. Turns out they don't start serving dinner until 5:30 though, so we sat around and waited for an hour since we got there around 4:30. I sipped a glass of wine and a Corona while we waited. Mirza ordered a steak (which was ...
... his motorcycles and car, bought a mobile home, and he is now traveling with his girlfriend. How cool is that! It sounds exactly like what I want to do! We hung out for a little bit longer and then headed back to the tent. Now here I am, catching up on my blog (which I can't post until tomorrow because I have no service) while I play Indiana Mosquito Killer and listen to Mirza snore. And now I'm going to pee in the woods, because that's what you do when you camp. Until tomorrow! ...
... just in our bike cloths. The sun started coming out as we made our way across to the island. What a great ride we had on the island. We started out across the island for the State Park in the middle of the Madeline Island. Seven miles later, we were there. A very green and tree lined road with Lupine like you've never seen. I think we’ve seen at least four colors of it so far. The flowers had to be at ...
... 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 ...