After doing some more geocaching in the Bayfield cemetary, we headed west. After all, we had two more goals before this trip was over the next day – the Split Rock Lighthouse and the Freshwater Fishing Museum. Just because one goal fell through, that didn’t mean all our goals had to fall through.

So, we headed down the road and I saw a sign that said Two Harbor Lighthouse and I turned in. Another unexpected twist to the trip. The lighthouse itself was private – and actually a bed and breakfast, but they did have a gift shop that was open. (Funny how that works, isn’t it?) Still, we did get to see the lighthouse.


The cool thing about Two Harbors, however, is the breakwater jutting out into the lake – and so we walked it.

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