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Sunday 28th September
We enjoyed walking the trail round Boulevard Lake, which is about a 3 mile hike. The rain stayed away but it was dull and overcast so the photos aren't brilliant. The lake is fed by the Current River, and outflows via a dam into Lake Superior.
... Minnesota's Top ten mountain peaks and it's highest waterfall, enjoy its longest and most scenic hiking trails, and enjoy Lake Superior - the world's largest freshwater lake. Unfortunately we only had a day so we couldn't fit it all in!
In the morning we looked around Grand Marais and had
lunch at a ...
Arrived in Thunder Bay to visit my Niece and her Canadian Husband. I also met up with my Brother who was visiting.
I picked up a hire car at the airport, they didn't have the GPS I had ordered, and the attendant wasn't very helpful. She just gave me the keys and said it was in the parking lot! 2 days later and I was back again as the engine warning light had come ...
Well we have finally made it to Nairobi, Kenya and it really feels like home.
Travelling with Karen and Yu from Japan is really great and we are having lots of laughs.
After a exhausting flight we arrive at the Nairobi airport at 8:10pm Wed. night. It took us about 1 hour to go through customs. After coming to the outside of the airport we were greeted by a big ...
On the way to Thunder Bay, and desperate for wifi, we stopped at the Hungry Moose restaurant.
http://www.hungrymoose.ca/ A good call.
Then on to Thunder Bay --another fascinating place to visit.
First stop was the Terry Fox monument, a nine foot statue of our young hero, beautifully displayed. Then on to the city.
Of particular appeal to me was Thunder Bay's strong Finnish heritage, one aptly described by the Finnish word ...