National Forest Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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This morning after breakfast, we said goodby to Shannon and Steve. They heard wolves in the night. Today we visited the International Bear Centre. They have 4 bears an they are all rescue bears who cannot live in the wild. Again they are part of a program to educate the public. And yet again they have had a bad public relations speil. I never realised or thought about the fact that they have ...
Day 32. Friday 26 June 2015
Today we visited an underground iron Mine at Soudan. Interesting tour. We went down on the lift about half a mile and went on a train on the old ore train track. It closed in 1962 and was supposed to be a safe mine. the original workers were paid 3 times the rate to entice them there. they had to supply all their own tools and were paid piecework - the amount of ore that they dug out. The iron was very ...
... the Baptism River to the waterfalls. I've done this hike a few times, with a strong recollection of the stairs. (And of course the beauty and power of the waterfalls.) In less than 2 miles, hikers are able to traverse 607 stairs (each way) to see the High Falls and ...
... North Shore parks.
1. Can't talk right now, I'm out of breath
2. I'm a lottle out of shape
3. My knees hurt going down steps (read as: I'm getting old)
But it's getting easier every time out and soon I will be 100% comfortable on the trails. Shovel Point is a great motivator: fantastic sweeping views of Lake Superior and the rocky ...
... Tettegouche State Park, following a gorgeous rocky section of the Lake Superior shore. I stopped at an overlook just off the path, sat down and watched the waves crash against the rocks. After ten minutes, a spry older woman comes down the stairs to the same overlook. We exchange hellos, then she looks left and ...