Tulips

Posted in Kenwood.

Loaded pickup

I’ve noticed a few pickups loaded with junk lately, that’s why I took this photo. Also can you guess the the Board of Trade building is one of my favorite buildings?

Posted in Downtown.

Mural

This mural is on the side of Life House, a drop-in center for homeless and street youth. It’s located on 102 W 1st St, Duluth. The mural was painted by Oscar Lopez a few years ago.

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Lester River Trading Co.

This cute little independently owned gift and antique shop Lester River  Trading Co. is on 28 N 3rd Ave W, Duluth. They always have interesting displaying in their windows. They advertise that they have homespun and vintage goods. (Lester River is on the eastern edge of Duluth. The shop is downtown.)

 

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Spring cleanup wagon

I liked the texture of wood on both the trailer and the sticks. (Neighbors are clearing out their yard.)

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The flowing Gooseberry Falls

18 94 14 DDP Gooseberry falls

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Welcome to Lincoln Park, CraftingSomethingGreat

This billboard is at the “Point of Rocks,” a jutting of basalt along Michigan and Superior Streets that divides the east from the west in Duluth.  It welcomes you to Lincoln Park, home of craft beer Bent Paddle Brewing,  waxed heritage bags and packs Frost River, the Duluth Folk School and OMC Smokehouse and Two Loons Gallery and Boutique.

I actually took this photo on Friday, May 11. #craftingsomethinggreat

P.S. added May 15: Also home to Michelle Wegler Art studio and gallery!

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Oriental House II

This Asian restaurant has some of the best asian food in town, it’s call the Oriental II. It’s at 319 W 1st. St. Duluth, Minnesota. Here is their menu.

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Biking by the Missabe Building

Today I saw this man biking down First Street in front of the Missabe Building. The alternative name of the building is the Wolvin Office Building, Duluth Railway & Oliver Mining Company Building. Today was the Mayors’ Bike Ride and Luncheon. The renaissance revival and the building is constructed with steel and the facade is brick
sandstone.

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Blue flowers in the weeds

What a delight to see these blossoming flowers. I took the photo amongst some weeds, I don’t know if they are also considered a weed, but I thought they were beautiful.

Posted in Kenwood.