Monthly Archives: May 2010

Steam rising off highway

This is a Wisconsin Highway 13 along the south side of Lake Superior. Today was full of fun things to see. We started off in Ashland and went through Bayfield and along the South Shore to get back to Duluth. It was hard for me to choose which photo to use. It was a nice […]

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Cludburst in Front of Sun

This is part Chequamegon Bay of Lake Superior in Ashland Wisconsin. This strange cloud formation reminded some of us of the space shuttle Challenger that exploded.  It the formations don’t show as well in this photo as it did in real life because the formations are right in front of the sun and got overexposed. […]

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Sun shines on a Ashland, WI, bank

Today I am traveling and I forgot the cable to download images from my Canon 20 D, so you will have to do with a photo  of an old bank building in Ashland.  This morning I took photos of a City of Duluth workcrew filling potholes on 4th Street.

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A perfect day to golf

I think these people golfing at the Northland Country Club are having fun on another Perfect Duluth Day. The Country Club is located at 3109 E. Superior Street. It is in between the Congdon and Lakeside neighborhoods.

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Pretty Patio with Fountain

Today was a beautiful day. It was even hot! It is officially patio weather. Lots of tourists were out at Canal Park. Another season has started.  I delivered my Everyday Duluth Calendar 2011 to the Art Dock at the DeWitt-Seitz Marketplace which is next door to Little Angie’s Catalina. When I came out I noticed […]

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A Pleasant Entrance to High School

I thought this looked really nice. Duluth Central High School is built on a large hill over looking the harbor and the whole city.  The first time I visited the school I was at a meeting in the lunch room which has a beautiful 200 degree view [i am not sure what,it is not a […]

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Foggy Duluth Day

Monday was a very foggy day. At it was strange weather around the state. Duluth, depending on where you were was about 49 degrees, while the Twin Cities got up to 92 degrees. In the north central part of the state it was still 80 degrees at 10 p.m.  I needed my jacket part of […]

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Gazebo at Lester River – Sun May 23 2010

This gazebo is along Seven Bridges road overlooking the Lester River. It is on the eastern edge of Duluth about 7 miles from downtown Duluth. The Lester Park trail begins in Lester Park which is located at 61st Ave East and Superior Street where the west and east branches of the Lester River come together. […]

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Class trips to Canal Park ~ William A. Irvin

Today as I distributed my 2011 Everyday Duluth Calendars to gift shops in Canal Park, I noticed lots of school children. There were buses from cities and towns all over northern Minnesota. Here students are touring the large retired U.S. Steel ship, the William A. Irvin. It was cool in Canal Park and the Hillside. […]

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A Study in Fuchsia

Today as I drove up 6th Avenue East, which turns into Central Entrance, I was impressed by the matching fuchsia sports car and blooming lilacs at a house on 10th Avenue East. We had another beautiful, Perfect Duluth Day. It was very warm up over Miller Hill and a little cool on the Hillside. The […]

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