On the way home, we stopped at Jay Cooke State Park. It is a spectacular park, relatively unknown compared to the other parks north of Duluth.
Martin couldn’t get enough “rock climbing” either on rock slopes or rock walls.
The railroad trestle behind the young woman is now a bike trail – part of the Munger Trail.
The St Louis River spills through rock cascades and falls. They’ve set up extreme kayaking through this portion of the river. For all you river freaks, the rapids are rated Class V in high water, which is right under Class VI (Niagra Falls).
Leisurely rock throwing is under-rated.
As is the “4th of July” throwing handfuls of rocks up all at once. We spent some time perfecting the art of rock skipping. I believe no childhood is complete without learning and practicing this art.
The trillium were in bloom along the trails and the light was just right!