Tuesday, September 25, 2007


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We head up through Grand Marais and further north a bit because I want to have lunch at Naniboujou Lodge. I want to see this over-the-top classic for myself.

The drive is lovely.

And Naniboujou doesn't disappoint. It IS over-the-top - even the exterior hints at that.

Inside the dining room is every bit as wild as the pictures on the web page.


The lodge claims the designs are Cree. I am not an expert on northern woodland art, but these images are completely unlike anything I associate with the woodland tribes of this area. They do, however, remind me of the designs traditionally found in Central and Southern America. . . perhaps the French artist who painted them was thinking more of the Aztecs as he worked?

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