What a beautiful fall
day it was as I drove up the shore of Lake Superior. A day that I
knew would stand out in my mind for years to come. A dedication
and preservation of the one thing my mother stood for more than
any. The environment! I met some really nice volunteers from the
Sierra Club that day, who gave up their beautiful fall day to
plant trees in Tettegouche State Park forest, in honor of two
people who help them get their funding to preserve this beautiful
place, one of them being my mother.
A waterfall under the entrance bridge to Tettegouche
Looking down from the entrance bridge
Here's their really cool park ranger instructing us where to go
And we're off!!
Even a camera crew showed up
Look MOM! I'm planting trees!
We were originally only going to plant 1000 white pines, but
since we planted them all so fast,
This is Gooseberry Falls, just down the road
What a beautiful place
This is a picture looking back at Tettegouche State Park from Lake Superior