Lots more drizzle and fog as we left Wawa (I found out in an aboriginal language that means big goose) --hmmm--- the reason for the big geese everywhere in the town. It cleared and we were able to see much more of Lake Superior. This is a land of thousands of inlets and lakes and the view is unbelievable. My plan was to get some much-needed lesson planning for Kids University which starts Monday -- but the sights are breathtaking and I haven't been able to take my eyes off the road.
While I DID pick up the books this morning as we were inland away from the coast -- Terry spotted a black bear -- nothing would have it but he backed up and the old critter got pretty curious about us --
OK - OK -- I did put a lot of pics in of the bear -- but remember we don't see these guys in Tulsa!
Today's critter count is one humming bird, one deer, one black bear and Moose sighting #3.
I missed a snowmobile crossing sign that we saw North of Lake Superior
|Down this low??? Who could see this one? Wouldn't you have hit the speed bumps b/4 you see it?|
|Wish this were clearer -- It ways "Old Woman River"|
|Saw lots of these . . .|
|Been to all of 'em on this trip except the top one|
|Everything was in French as well as English|
|Don't know if the extra checks really help as a warning . . .|
|On a busy street -- what person in a wheelchair would venture out in this traffic?|
|this sign looked the BEST to us!!!|