Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Voyageurs National Park

Just a quick update today...

We are at the Woodenfrog State Campground, on the edge of Voyageurs National Park (map). The national park itself is mostly water, and the only camping is the boat-in variety. There are no wooden frogs here -- the name was the surname of an early settler in this region.

We have been on US-53 from International Falls, where we left MN-11. Quite pleasant there yesterday, although the place typically sports the lowest temperatures in the lower 48 during the winter. Brrr.

Today we will continue south on US-53.

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