Monday, July 13, 2020

Fall River Summer

A welcome break from self-imposed quarantine. The Weaver and I (carefully) headed north to an Air B&B that we had booked pre-covid-19:

Being in the middle of a poplar forest with a geologically interesting river down the hill, we saw no one, we heard only animal sounds, whispering leaves and the babbling of flowing water:

On the way back we did stop in Grand Marais for coffee. The Weaver went for a stroll and I stopped in and had a chat with long-time FITK commenter Jono:

His “Stonehenge” was constructed of the same rock that I saw lining the Fall River.

By Professor Batty


Blogger jono said...

It was good to see you again, Professor!

Blogger Professor Batty said...

Your Druid heritage is showing!

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