Thomsonite Beach Inn & Suites
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... in and a Harley with trailer was just leaving a parking spot. I decided it was meant to be and went inside and had lunch ( they do serve food other than pie) and of course a piece of pie. Back on the road with a full tummy and a smile, I stopped for gas just south of Grand Marais and continued up 61, which runs close beside Lake Superior and is a great road both for its curves and for. To breathtaking views of the lake. As I was approaching the Canadian border I went past a ...
... down at the water from a bridge and the river appeared to look as though it was showing us a view of North and South America from outer space - of course water levels dictate these types of things. You could do this nice little hike in an hour, but slow down and take two hours. You'll thank yourself when you've finished. Take bug spray.
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From Duluth we continued north to Gooseberry Falls State Park. The falls are very easy to get to and you can climb all over them. Bring your suit if you want to get wet. From Gooseberry Falls we went to Split Rock Lighthouse. It is one of the more picturesque lighthouses you'll ever see. Too bad it was a bit overcast by then. The hike to the shoreline ...
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, ...
... and although not written by a local from the Arrowhead region, I felt that it aptly describes the serenity of calm water kayaking.
THE JOYS OF KAYAKING
by: Gina Layog
water surrounds me, constantly,
it undulates beneath me,
its motion, soothing, gliding, lulling,
lts sound so ...
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