A holding my purse-it just doesn't look right to me.
Bitch Rock-a Duluth landmark. :)
We decided to head up the north shore since we had not been up that way for several years. Maybe it's being "home" or maybe it's her Viking ancestry, but A just loves to be near the water and seems the most content there. As we always do, we looked at these beautiful homes on the shore and talked about if we could ever live there. On beautiful days I could but I think my tune may change when the "gales of November come slashing" (The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald). We stopped along the shore and walked for awhile.
Searching for agates.
Trying to coax me down that steep hill.
When A gets the camera she takes pictures of me tying my shoe-lucky me.
Just like a mountain goat!
She was trying to get out to that huge rock just because I told her not to.
We stopped for lunch at Betty's Pies-a true north shore landmark. They have the greatest homemade pies and this great rye bread that doesn't compare to any other.
Bumbleberry pie-strawberries, blueberries, and raspberrries. We shared one slice and took another for the road.
Silver Creek Cliff-as you drive up the shore you pass through a series of these tunnels.
Split Rock Lighthouse
"Look, thars a lighthouse!"
A insisted I pose too.