On Saturday afternoon Kevin and I went snowshoeing at the base of Keewenaw Bay. We drove up the road to the end of where it was plowed and snowshoed south. Neither of us had been in that area before. We climbed up and around a rock cliff hoping to get a view of the bay, but were not able to find a spot. The terrain was rugged and forested, with lots of meandering creeks and valleys.
On Easter morning, we took their dog, Quincy, for a walk.
Magnetite was used to fill the tracks.
We had rain on Saturday night plus temperatures in the 50s and 60s on Sunday which melted a lot of snow. The animals were happy.
On the drive home, I stopped and took a few pictures of icebergs along the Lake Superior shoreline. As the ice melts, the sand mixed in the ice accumulates on top.