I’m back, so you don’t have call out the Mounties out to look for me. I hope to catch up with all your blogs over the next couple of days. The Canadian canoe trip was great. I saw at least one bald eagle every day but one. I sent to bed at night to the sound loons. I caught enough fish, but could have caught a few more walleye (I got seven, all in one afternoon). I didn’t see any moose (except for one in Northern Wisconsin while driving up there). And the sunrises, sunsets, moonrises and moonsets were incredible. Unfortunately, it rained when we should have been enjoying the Perseid Meteor Showers. We arrived back at Crane Lake, MN yesterday afternoon and, after lots of driving, back in Michigan this afternoon. Over the next several weeks, I’ll write a number of stories and post numerous photos. For now, you’ll get this teaser. It's me watching the sunset across Darky Lake in the Quetico.
I really look forward to your return and your many stories.ReplyDelete
And what a glorious sunset you had there.
I pulled the map up again, tracing your route, oh yeah it was a long road trip for you. Rest well tonight Sage, and look forward to your many stories.
Don't wait too long to post, Sage! I am looking forward to your photos and stories!ReplyDelete
Wow. Just wow. That is the most amazing pic Sage. Love it. Glad to have you back and can't wait to read all about it!ReplyDelete
You got to see a moose in Northern Wisconsin?!?!?!? UNFAIR! *pouting*ReplyDelete
OK, my jealous self is now going to tell you welcome home, your photo is gorgeous as always, and we can't wait to hear all about the rest of the trip!
(And now I'm gonna go sulk a little more.)
It was 700 plus miles--we went down through Chicago which is faster and a bit longer, but not nearly as pretty as the drive across the UPReplyDelete
Kenju, I have other work to do too, lol
Kontan & Ed, Thanks.
TC, it was just south of Superior--in some bogReplyDelete
Welcome back! I'm looking forward to your pics and posts.ReplyDelete
Welcome back...safe and sound! :)ReplyDelete
As for this photo, "teaser" is a perfect name for it. It's beautiful and I want to see more!!
You're back and Ed and I didn't argue once while you were gone. I think this could be a first.ReplyDelete
Welcome back! Great photo! And I'll look forward to reading your stories from this journey.ReplyDelete
Glad you made it back safe and sound! Lots of celestial happenings on your trip, it sounds like. Can't wait for the stories and pics!ReplyDelete
Phenomenal photo! I look forward to reading your tales!ReplyDelete
Glad to have you back buddy. Looking forward to read the stories you have got from your experience.ReplyDelete
No moose, eh? No worries, I seem to see enough for both of us.ReplyDelete
Welcome back! I look forward to seeing all your pictures :)ReplyDelete
Awesome sunset. Six people in an overstuffed van, seven walleye, and one moose. Sounds like a great trip.ReplyDelete