The Cliff Dweller on Lake Superior
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... canoe over their head on a narrow and rocky trail while the other person (Rebecca) has the joy of carrying the rest of the bags, camera gear, fishing poles, and tripod.) We ended up staying on a small island on the western side of the lake. When we first entered the lake we saw our first loon of the canoe trip. He was fishing right out from the portage point. The lake was full of loons! I can't even explain how incredible it is to be sitting on an island in the middle of ...
... but after meeting Ted and Honey and Holly and Lucky, I quickly saw that they have. Ted was gregarious, loved the water while Honey was grumpy and liked to be alone. Even though Ted and Honey had been raised together as pets, they were so different. In some States, bears are allowed to be kept by the public with the right permits. Ted and Honey's owners had raised them but their insurance had changed and ...
... a wonderful morning. It was a foggy day, with lots of moisture in the air, at times hard to tell if it was spray from the falls or drizzle from the sky. In the end, love the way the falls show through the mist in the photos.
... up to speed on weather patterns. My favorite is when the emergency weather robot comes on and invokes panic because there was a tornado spotted in Whatsit County and I have NO IDEA what county I'm in. But many of the remote parts of this country with the best natural scenery have the fewest radio station options. North of Grand Marais, I discovered that one station came through: ...
... s North Shore.
So what to do on a rainy foggy afternoon in Grand Marais? I present to you in the following photo essay:
Exploring Grand Marnier.