Monthly Archives: July 2015

Narwahl

While I was disappointed that I didn’t see any humpback whales, I did spot a fine looking Narwhal. Wouldn’t have believed it unless I saw it with my own two eyes.

– Sam

Fireweed Bike Cooperative

See our selection of Specialized, Surly, Globe and Sun mountain, road, and commuter bikes, as well as Eastern and Stolen BMX bikes. In addition, we carry a full line of accessories. Enjoy thousands of miles of northwoods trails, gravel, and pavement in Cook County on the North Shore!

Putt N Pets

Miniature Golf, Farm Animals and Gemstone Mining

We are a unique 18-hole miniature golf course with furry and feathered friends to keep you company while you golf. We have also added a gemstone mining operation, complete with water tower, waterfalls and a sluice!

Open mid-May through October

Whales !

We were walking down the rock beach in Little Marais and it was evening and we saw a whale breach the water but didn’t have our phones on us to take a picture ! It was beautiful ! And then we saw a baby it was so cool !

– Matt

chicago bay marketplace-bakery

Bakery & deli, general grocery and well stocked liquor store. Sandwiches and Hamburgers are served on home made bread and buns, and pizzas on home made crusts. WIFI is offered as a service to Chicago Bay Marketplace customers. Fresh frosted cinnamon and caramel rolls served, and delicious fair trade coffee.

Ningii-Ozhitoomin Ojibwe Art Gallery

Featuring hand made Native American beadwork, leatherwork, jewelry, moccasins, accessories and clothing.

On Hwy 61, drive .3 miles past mile-marker 144; turn right on Steven’s Road, then left on Store Road.

Radosevich’s Earthwood Inn

Serving lunch and dinner in a friendly atmosphere; appetizers, hamburgers, salads, sandwiches, kid’s menu and Friday and Saturday night steaks. Full bar, special events and festivals, too.¬†Open noon -1am daily, located 1 mile south of Two Harbors.

Great! Lakes Candy Company

Sensational handmade chocolates and candy made the old-fashioned way by third generation candy makers. A tasty stop indeed!