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Up early today and across the northern portion of Wisconsin to meet friends in Proctor, MN (just outside of Duluth). Nice views of Lake Superior this morning and a wonderful lunch visiting with Dave, Lin, Clancy, and Gwen. On to Grand Rapids, MN where we will be ending the day enjoying the land of 10,000 lakes thanks to the hospitality of our ...
... You're doing it wrong!!! With plenty of get-up-and-go still left, we took the inside lane and left him in our dust. Literally. The car is dirty.
Here's to many more curvy miles!
In other car news, the shotgun blast that was heard every time I open the car door has dissipated. Instead, the door seems to be working some sort of jaws-of-life operation. I'm actively not thinking about this issue.
... in the forest that we were forced back.
Upon entering camp Doodle started going bonkers and trying to get under the coach. It turned out a turtle had taken a stroll and ended up there. The dogs went CRAZY trying to figure out what that darned thing was!
The rains have quit, the sun is shinning, the wind has calmed and it turned into a beautiful ...
... a hilly, lake-splashed landscape. Reminders of the ice age—in the form of the low gravelly ridges that are known as eskers—are prevalent in this area, especially near Turtle Lake. You’ll also revisit the Laurentian Divide, where a roadside kiosk supplies information.
I found this trip in one of our books - The Most Scenic Drives in America & really wanted to see this part of Minnesota. One of my "Must See Destinations"!
... to if we had not visited this amazing place, especially since it was right on our way!! We stopped here on a Sunday but there were no camp sites available, so we parked at the Visitor Center & rode our bikes 11 miles on one of the most incredible trails we've ever been on! It was a great time to be here, a little crowded but not bad for a week-end in July! We parked our bikes and walked the last 100 yards on a ...