November Camping in Minnesota

Gorgeous drive to the Whitewater State Park

Elbe Fire Tower. We climbed up to that last year. Once is more than enough!

The camper cabin

Very nice inside....WITH a space heater! 

The bridge to Gooseberry Glen

One of the most visited state parks in Minnesota, and we had the entire place to ourselves!



Morning coffee

Very foggy

Pie iron sammy with two cheeses and onion

Green watercress in November

Walking bridge

Group Camp

Margaret was not feeling very well....



North Shore (3)

Superior sunrise

Rusty making breakfast

Shadows on the beach

Great roots!


Giant Rooster in Two Harbors

Two Harbors Railway Museum

Yellowstone Locomotive
Interested in knowing a bit about these locomotives? Very interesting history.  Of merely seventy-two built, only three survive today. They are MASSIVE. It's especially cool that they were built by the Baldwin Company.

Huge wheels!

Then there is this little cutie!

A wanderer by the lighthouse.
Two Harbors Minnesota has one of only 22 operational Carnegie Libraries left in the state. Out of 1,689 Carnegie Libraries built in the United States, Minnesota had 66 of them. 48 are still standing including the 22 still in use today.

So gorgeous inside!

The family enjoying some library time.

Agate hunting on Flood Bay

Wowzers! Look what Mary Emma found!

Stopped at a couple of thrift stores...of course!

Fire on our private beach!

Outside looking in.

Spectacular sunrise

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