Our week at Gitche Gumee Bible camp last September was the warmest week of the season, according to camp workers, in spite of the late September date. So, when we stopped in Munising on our way home at the end of the week and boarded a boat for a late-afternoon cruise along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, we were able to sit quite comfortably on the top deck.
This post contains more photos than I usually include in a single post, so I'll keep my words to a minimum.
|One of the boats used on the Pictured Rocks tour|
The next picture is a view of the Miner's Castle rock formation. I had previously shown this formation from an overlook on land here.
|Bridalveil Falls slows to a trickle after the spring snowmelt|
|Petit Portal and Lover's Leap|
|Can you see the Pirate? His nose is just above the waterline.|
|A tree on top of Chapel Rock is sustained by its root system attached to the main bluff.|
|A view along the shore|
|Grand Island East Channel Lighthouse|
The Pictured Rocks cruise was a great way to wrap up the week. The next day, we had home in our sights.