100% forgot to do that, and one week later I'm trying to remember all the fun things we did.
Alright, bare with me as I try to recall all my adventures.
Hubbie and I have had this vacation planned with my cousin and her husband for a while now. She grew up spending most of her summers in Grand Marais with her Grandparents, it was a nice little stroll down memory lane for her.
The first evening hubbie and I spent camping.
We parked loaded up the kayaks with what we needed for an evening and kayaked across the lake, set up camp and explored the area. Before we left home I made us a wonderful stuffed bread wrapped it foil and we roasted it over the campfire for dinner.
Great time until dusk, when every bug in Minnesota came out and found us :) And then the storm hit, hubbie slept right through it, wish I did!
I have written about our trip to GM before, we hit up a lot of the same places.
On our way there we travel through Duluth and we ALWAYS have to stop at Northern Water Smokehaus, split an amazing smoked salmon bagel with cream cheese, it comes with a pickle and a mint. Amazing!
Naniboujou opened in 1920, the interior is the original paint. My cousin has heard that the fire place is the largest in Minnesota.
We took a short walk to the waterfront after dinner, there a river runs into Lake Superior, there were tons of people agget hunting here.
The condo we rented was right off the main beach in downtown Grand Marais. What a great view we had, very nice place, just a little confusing on check in.
I found it on Air B&B.
My morning view, pretty nice huh?!
Lets see, we had dinner and drinks at The Birch Terrace Supper Club, my cousin calls the bar "The Dirty Birch". It's pretty old school and right on the main strip.
We did a little window shopping popping in and out of cute shops.
One of our favorite places to kayak is 2 fish house beach, that is up the coast a bit further. The sun was shining, but it was cool and breezy. We ate lunch on the shore we picked up at the grocery store.
Another stop would be the rooftop at Gunflint Tavern, what a great view!
Voyagers Brewery is a great place to go, rooftop seating, most weekends there is a band. Good small plates and beers!
There is so much more to do and see, shops, national parks, hikes, lakes galore.
Make the trip, you won't regret it!
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