Here are some photos of the waves and our walk along the beach out on Park Point (link to more info. on the beaches) which is a large sandbar, across the aerial lift bridge from Canal Park. I was happy to find waves and brought along my 8 ft. Greco Foam Board, so I was hoping the wind would bring some decent, and rare, August waves to the big lake, but after checking the waves at park point, we decided to head up the north shore, and then we went to one of my favorite places to eat in the world: Duluth Grill, which was recommended to me by my friend from Brainerd, Thurman. The meal and foodie paradise, Duluth Grill, deserves its own post, so I will save that information for a future post. Thanks for checking out my pics. and write any questions you have about visiting the area under comments, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Conner and I watching the waves, the harbor entrance and Duluth are in the distance.|
|Some kiteboarders were getting fast rides in the wind, which was whipping up some lake waves. Good beach for collecting or throwing rocks, too.|