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Driving Home (Another Picture Journey!)

The last honeymoon blog post. I’ve used up all of our pictures and told you all of our stories. It was an eventful few days, but after this it will be time to move on and talk about other things. 367 more words

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Pictures From The Boundary Waters: The North American Bear Center

When we were heading into Ely on Thursday, we happened to see the sign for the North American Bear Center (Ely must just have a monopoly on the larger American mammals…). 618 more words

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Pictures From The Boundary Waters: Garden Lake

Right, back to the Honeymoon week. Quite a while ago that, wasn’t it? Even I thought I’d be done by now.  But I still have a few albums to show you (and they are worth sharing) so on we go. 159 more words

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Friday: A Bear Preview (Pictures!)

As I’m currently in the cities visiting family (and doing some important business, but more on that later), I don’t really have the time to continue the honeymoon story today. 60 more words

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Pictures From The Boundary Waters: Thursday (Part Three)

Right…the final part of our eventful Honeymoon Thursday.

There are two parts to this story; the hike to Ennis Lake, and the horrible night I had afterwards (it wasn’t so bad for Vanna, but she was utterly miserable on the walk so it balances out). 1,137 more words

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Pictures From The Boundary Waters: Thursday (Part Two)

-The Thursday Story Continued-

So we left the Ranger Station at around 5pm with the information for several potential hiking trails. Because Vanna really wanted to see a waterfall (and who am I to deny her that?), we decided to attempt the short walk to Kawishiwi Falls, which seemed to be the only accessible waterfall in the Boundary Waters. 596 more words

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Pictures From The Boundary Waters: Thursday (Part One)

Early Thursday afternoon and we were in Ely. A pretty tourist town (no pictures; that was one of the few places in the Boundary Waters that we didn’t document…), and home of the International Wolf Centre. 571 more words

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