It’s the middle of winter, but the Baptism River still flows under the snow and ice.
We took a little weekend getaway up to Two Harbors and Tettegouche State Park, where I got acquainted with snowshoes. Minnesota has gotten a couple of cold blasts this season, including one in progress as I type this. But Lake Superior is almost completely unbound by ice, unlike last year, and the park’s positively gushing river still peaks through its shell here and there. A window still parts the icicle curtains around High Falls, one of the state’s tallest waterfalls.
Moving water is amazing. It and a couple of feet of snowpack created some beautiful scenes.
Thanks for a nice time, Two Harbors, and thank you for looking.