Picking these berries led to a more adventuresome activity...off-roading in our big red truck.
We thought we would just follow the dirt road
to see where it lead, Whoa Nellie!
We wound up on a snowmobile path
and had to travel quite a distance on the road that wasn't a road
to get off. but it was fun, rather bumpy and not nearly as bad as the last time we dummied up and did this in Wyoming.
Back into civilization on another day we found a bakery, that is always a good sign, that was run by an order of monks. This is their church...think you can meditate here?
The monks are known for their cupcakes...about the size of a cereal bowl. When we arrived we were the only ones in the store. By the time we left, there was a line all the way out the door and more people waiting in the parking lot to get in.They have quite a business in this wilderness area.
The last day in this area we traveled a mountain ridge to the top of the world it seemed. We learned why it was called Copper Harbor and just stood in awe of the beautiful scenery....
Have I told you how wonderful the weather was while we were there,cool at night in the high 40s and low 50's and in the 70's during the day. You people in Charleston were sweating it out in the 90's.
More to follow................Whoa!