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 ...
... no longer keep them. Also bears are still allowed to be hunted is some states. Linton and I were shocked at this.Ted and Honey could not live in the wild. There are so many misconceptions. They have only attacked in a couple of cases in 50 years.They will not attack if you are near their cubs. And so on. Lots of interesting information, research and videos.
We moved on to Split Rock Lighthouse ...
... 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.
A critical component of the road trip is the music that permeates every driving moment. And sometimes those moments when you're parked but have to finish the song even though it's on a CD and you've heard it 6,000 times. If you close your eyes and imagine a car riding through space on a path of musical staff and notes, that's pretty much how my road trip works.
And for ...
... 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.