The Inn at Timber Cove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... I wanted to get back in. The two groups were making their way back to the boat and I was trying to decide on whether or not I wanted to endure that cold again. Of course I did! Before the third group got back on the boat, I hopped back in. It wasn't as bad this time, I guess because I knew what to expect. I swam around for about 5 minutes and then came back. No one else would get in with me. Chickens! Their loss. I dried off as we drove toward Stockton ...
... of their free wifi. From there, we went across the street to the kayak tour place. I bought a souvenir map and a black bear sticker for my car (I'm still waiting to see the bear wandering on the island). Mirza got a couple of maps, a tee shirt, and he paid his half for the tour we'll be doing tomorrow. We asked the girl inside what she would recommend doing since we had the entire day just to explore the island. She pointed us toward a couple of trails and suggested we spend the ...
... and stopped at Walmart to pick up some sleeping bags. That honestly took up most of our day. We caught the 8 o'clock ferry over to Madeline Island and drove to Big Bay State Park when we got there. We checked in and then it was time to set up the tent. I'm totally taking credit for most of it. I'll give a bit of credit to Mirza though... I didn't bring a hammer so he was resourceful and grabbed a log to hammer in the stakes. It worked out really well :) By the time we were done, ...
... 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 ...
... looked like a normal BP, except I was the only car. So confusing. I've since learned that there are extensive trails in the area, utilizing the old logging roads, making for some cool recreational opportunities. Getting closer to the cabin, I saw my first porcupine!!
He was not interested in getting his photo taken; I was not interested in pulling quills out of my skin. These are the best photos you'll get.