Days Inn Hinckley
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We departed Lake Minnetonka around 10:30a, picked up the hounds and headed north / east. It was nice to drive through a traffic-free Minneapolis and even spotted a few of the University of Minnesota buildings where Mike went to college. Shortly after leaving the city we were greeted by a super-friendly Minnesota State Trooper ...
... was a lot more "marking" than I would have liked (Sorry Theresa) but she indicated that it was to be expected.
Theresa was kind enough to offer us her cabin to spend the night so we had cocktails, dinner and more cocktails before bedding down.
Rosie is exhausted so all is good.
We left Dunham Lake and headed east in hopes of catching a lake ferry across Lake Michigan.
We had a nice drive up here on Sunday. We arrived and got set up just before the tornado warnings with severe thunderstorms befused with lightening and thunder. Needless to say we ate indoors. Bob took Meatball for a much needed walk in the middle of the storm and Meatball had a nice swim in the lake in the middle of it all. Thunder doesn't seem to bother him.
Monday was beautiful. Bob dragged all the kayak stuff out of ...
... the river, you would be in Wisconsin. We have a nice campsite. It was a bit difficult to back the coach in but fortunately we had no neighbors to disturb. We discovered that right under our nose under the picnic table was a robin's nest. I was always wondering why that robin hung round our camp all the time. Further inspection showed that the robin eggs had hatched and the robin was tending to her ...
... grounds. Then we headed for Gooseberry Falls. We hiked up to the upper falls and then followed the trail to the lower falls. There was a lot of people just chilling out by the falls. We even seen a cave man. See the attached picture.
We took a couple of other hikes around Beaver Bay and Silver Bay. Once we reached Schroeder, we stopped at the bridge to see yet another falls.
We had dinner on our way back to Hinckley.
Chuck and Sheila ...