This was our fabulous last campsite of the trip– directly on the north shore of Lake Superior, in the Rainbow Falls campground near Rossport, Ontario. This spot was amazingly lovely, although close enough to the highway to hear it. We had campsite #18, but next time I would reserve #19, since our delightful Canadian neighbors (headed in the opposite direction) had a better view of the sunset. Skulking in the path of that sunset is how we met them. Now you too can meet them below, as they consented to be “made famous” on this blog, and graciously shared their campfire with us after sundown.
Laura and I had a great time here. We played with the rocks, had some major conversations out on what our daughter dubbed the “talking rock” (second photo down, with the view from there the third photo down), and I took portraits of her again since it was (so wistfully!) our last night as a this vagabond duo. Together, we’ve come to understand each other with the slightest twitch of an eyebrow, and we are both sad that this epic journey is coming to a close, while simultaneously giddy at the thought of being restored to decent food and reliable phone service. Tomorrow we head into Vermont from the north for a family reunion before proceeding on home.