Yesterday's 50+ degree weather was a welcome change from the incredibly cold and long winter we have seen in the Northland. One of the few perks the excessive cold provided was the rare opportunity for people to enjoy the icy beauty of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, commonly referred to as the "ice caves" during the winter months. For those who haven't had the opportunity to take in the ice caves in person, or wanted to relive their visit, here are some photos from last week when I had the opportunity to take a trip along the Lake Superior South Shore to check them out for myself.

See Photos of Apostle Islands Ice Caves