Saying Good Morning to Mary before heading in for Mass at St. Mary Star of the Sea
Waiting for the quick informational movie to start we did a quick photo...Emma sure knows how to play the part of the dog...
Thankfully, I knew what is OK to skip and what is a must, since I used to take my 6th graders on a field trip here. In my opinion the 15 minute video is a MUST. Most barely blinked during it....others were in "beast mode" ;)
And then we headed to the famous Betty's Pie. It was quite the wait, so we got it to go and ate it in the parking lot of Gooseberry Falls.
Sally chose Raspberry Peach Pie and C-Mile 4.0 chose Butterfinger :) It did not disappoint! LJ decided on a giant chocolate chip cookie. Daddy and Emma had bites of all!
And then we hiked the Falls, as well as the trail that leads to the lake. By hike, I mean I carried Emma the whole way...thankful for the Chiropractor this week!
Then we got some more naps in the car on the way back to Duluth. We decided to head straight to dinner at Fitgers. We were told it would be a 20 minute wait, which turned in to a 45/50 minute wait, but once again the girls rose to the occasion. Especially considering it was 7pm by the time they ordered their food.
Daddy trying to order one of their homemade rootbeers from the Happy Hour Bar, only to be told, they're only available in the restaurant side
Which, we were quite to order once we were seated. Yum Yum Yum!!
We got a fun booth in the corner, raised up with a window. Sally liked to pretend she was a statue for those eating at the patio below.
More Spunk behavior from #3 as we headed to the car, but stopped for a quick picture outside the Brewery.
And then we finally headed to check in at our awesome hotel right in the middle of Canal Park, that daddy earned for us with his Hilton Rewards when he was away in California for work a while back.
We all crashed hard and fast and had another successful night of 11 uninterrupted hours of sleep!
Next up, our last day in Duluth where Reid found the best deli sandwiches ever!