The wild and wonderful Willard Munger State Trail
We've returned from Duluth, Minnesota: Part Three, a weekend filled with Inline Marathons along the North Shore, (my husband, not me) hiking at Gooseberry Falls, reveling in Canal Park, (old people style) and eating at some of Minnesota's best restaurants: The Rustic Inn, OMC Smokehouse, Burrito Union, Corktown Deli, Sammy's Pizza, and Va Bene. Yum! I heard ominous signs of fall, with brittle leaves rustling over the sidewalk. But the winds were warm, toasty even. For the second time this year, we experienced above average temperatures up-North.
But before I can post part three, I need to post part two. Follow our feet...
Did you forget something?
Park Point: The world's largest freshwater sandbar
A toast to beloved scenery with a Whiskey and Ginger beer
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I love the driftwood. They are nature's sculptures
Awesome pics. Happy Monday and have a good week
The river and beach pictures make me wish for places like that around here. Such pretty pictures.
That's somewhere I've never been so I loved seeing your photos!
Great collage made up of awesome pictures1 The picture with your hubby in it is especially beautiful!
You have an eye for the unusual and for attractive compositions. Looks like a great time was had by all.
What a gorgeous spot! How lovely! And I like your celebratory drink at the end! Cheers!
wonderful nature shots ~ driftwood is one of my favorites ~ Xo
Living in the moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Fabulous, Sharon. I join several others in commenting that the driftwood are my favorite photos! And of course, your hubby in a peaceful pose. We can all use more of those moments these days. Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!
Your photography is very inspiring. I like the attention to detail, especially in the nailed tree. Also like the different angles in your composition.
Beautiful photos! I especially like the driftwood!
Thanks for your visit to my blog. In your comment you mention a verse you did not know was in the Bible. If you are referring to "This is the day that the Lord has made" it is Psalm 118:24
Hope you are having a great week!
What a fine and sensitive series of photos from this adventure.
I like that old and rusty bridge. Man (?) standing in that lake is very nice photo also.
OH wow; what fabulous photos. It sounds like you had a wonderful trip.
That's a lovely collection of travel photographs. :)
A beautiful part of the country, and an area I've never visited. I like the wood arch. Gorgeous pics!
Muy buenas la vistas de tus fotografías. Sus buenos encuadres nos hacen disfrutar de esas bellas imágenes, que has sabido encontrar.
Feliz fin de semana
Acabo de agregarte a mi lista de blog y así está al tanto de tus publicaciones.
Those are beautiful. The skies are so bright!
Wow! Great shots.
Nice series. Some of them are really intriguing.
Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!
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