We heard about the ice caves and thought, how cool. Then, it dawned on me. Go! Don't wait until it's right. The beauty will be gone. So today we drove over 6 hours and trekked over 4 miles to see some awesome beauty. The ice on Lake Superior only freezes hard enough only once in awhile. This year was awhile. So we took the opportunity and came to the National Lakeshore Park. It did not disappoint. The frozen lake and spectacular ice formations were worth every step and achy muscle. But the best part was seeing this beautiful natural treasure up close. It inspires me to return during the non-ice age time and see this same beauty in its spring/summer finery.
The entire visit was completely rustic, except for some welcomed port-a-potties at the Meyers Beach parking lot. For all the rest, you are on your own in nature's amazing beauty.
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