Thomsonite Beach Inn & Suites
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... packed everything up and moved to a new campsite closer to the beginning of the trip. We fished a lot and Travis finally caught a pike!!! wooo hoooo!!!! I almost caught a fish but it got off the line before I could get it in the boat. When we got to our new campsite we hung everything up again to ensure it was dry before putting the tent together. Travis photographed and fished while I took a much needed nap! Canoeing is a lot of work!
The morning of day five ...
... 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.
And for ...
... 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.
Saturday 27th September
Today we had a trip across the border into Cook County, Minneapolis and visited the pretty Lake side resort of Grand Marais. It's about 80 miles south along route 61 and took us about an hour and a half. I had to buy a 30 day visa at the border which cost $6.
Cook County is basically a 3,340 square mile national park. It's the place you ...