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Old Oct 18, 2005, 12:15 AM   #1
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I was up hiking at Gooseberry falls in northern Minnesota a few weeks ago. I was pretty excited to be able to take my FZ20 and try it out, but unfortunately the fall colors hadn't peaked yet. Here are a few shotsI took.

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Great shots! Thanks for sharing. Jim
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Okay, I thought Hawaii. Very pretty North Minnesota shore anyway. Good shooting.
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Lake Superior is the western world's best kept secret. Absolutely stunning scenery any time of the year. Thanks for sharing these great photos.
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Thanks to all for the replies! It is absolutely beautiful in this part of the state. We go hiking here the same weekend every year (first weekend in October). Sometimes it's snowing, and sometimes it's 80 degrees out, so you never know what to expect.

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Is the Split Rock Lighthouse still there? It's been about 40 years since I've been up there, but I always thought that was a really scenic landmark.
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