Eagle Ridge at Lutsen Mountain
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Saturday 27th September
Today we had a trip across the border into Cook County, Minneapolis and visited the pretty Lake side resort of Grand Marais. It's about 80 miles south along route 61 and took us about an hour and a half. I had to buy a 30 day visa at the border which cost $6.
Cook County is basically a 3,340 square mile national park. It's the place you ...
... who were also staying in Minneapolis for the night but by the time we were checked in it was after seven and the idea of getting back in the car and battling our way across town to have dinner accompanied by rather tired grumpy children was not so appealing.
We did decide to leave the hotel to find some fast food because we didn't want to be there any longer than needed. We had two rooms next to each other so we split the kids and headed to ...
... with some lovely pictures.
Once the kids had been bathed and unwound they were put to bed.
The rest of us had a beautiful chicken dinner with lots of fixings. It was a rare treat to have meals cooked for me so i relished it. The fire was lit in the open fire in the lounge which added to the atmosphere. Before long it was past bedtime for all, all in all a very special day with close family and my sisters new one.
... wilderness area full of campsites and water trails in which canoeists travel for days and even weeks across. We met some a family if 3 generations just returning from a 4 day trip and another group of young men returning from a 10 day, 75 mile trip. I visited with a couple who work for local outfitters and, on their day off, were headed out to an island to pick blueberries.
We launched our kayaks at Seagull lake and headed ...
Today was, as Winnie the Pooh might have said, a "very interesting day". Tis morning the campground was already clearing out by the time I woke up at 0630. Oddly, the campers at tis rally were so well mannered that they were able to get up, strike camp, and motor out without waking up folks sleeping feet from them. Very civil. Steve Price joined me for breakfast shortly after I got up, and got the "jet boil" going. I had volunteered to help with cleanup after the rally so I was in ...