Another day of beautiful scenery along the northern shore of Lake Superior. Lunch in Wawa (for those of you who are not linguists, wawa means “wild goose” in Ojibway) at a restaurant operated by Polish emigrants who specialize in Polish fare. We enjoyed Haluski (cabbage and noodles), stuffed sausage and pork chops. We stay at a nice Fairfield Inn and enjoy watching the Broncos whop the Ravens. Sault means waterfall or rapids. We skip going to see the famous locks, which are now obsolete because their depth are just 10 feet. No one at the motel knows how ships now go from Lake Huron to Lake Superior, nor could I find the answer on Google! Our mystery for the day. We are delighted to see the first touch of fall in some of the trees.