So Much to Explore

We finished June 28 with the International Bridge Walk at the twin Saults and the Engineers day at the Soo Locks. Favorite places include Lake of the Clouds, Whitefish Point, Pictured Rocks, Apostle Islands, Minnesota’s north shore, amethyst mines, Kakabeka Falls and Gooseberry Falls. So much to explore, so little time! Our not-so-favorite was the major detour (4 hours) caused by one bridge being washed out! Ann & Paul Heilborn, More

Riding Around the Lake

My brother and I recently completed the Lake Superior Circle Tour this season. We spent June 20-23, 2014, traveling clockwise around the lake. I was on a 2006 Yamaha FZ6 and he rode a 2003 Honda ST 1100. As far as motorcycle riding goes, a full rain suit is a must, along with a few different tints of safety glasses, earplugs and gloves with extended cuffs. When crossing the border More

Had a Great Time

Just got back from our Circle Tour trip. Started on June 16, and had a great time. We left Ashland, WI and took the clockwise route up through Thunder Bay and over to the Soo Locks, etc. One of the places we had a great time was the Hungry Moose Restaurant and Motel. It is located on Hwy. 17 at Rongie Lake. The food was excellent and the owners, Chris More

All in All, a Super Trip

We left Duluth on June 12 towing our camper and two dogs. First stop was Cascade River State Park just south of Grand Marais, MN. Nice park but no electrical hook ups. Next was Marie Louise Lake Campground in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Again, a nice park however the electrical hook up was quite a way away from our camper so we ended up “renting” a power cord for $100. More

A Perfect Tour

We took our trip beginning May 31 arrived home on June 7, 2014. We started out in Superior, Wisconsin for a trip to the Anchor Bar for hamburger (which we found as good as advertised). We had left home in Shoreview, MN about 8 a.m., and had driven in rain all day. I kept saying I don’t think it can rain any harder, and it did. When we arrived in More