Monthly Archives: August 2010

London Road McDonald’s razed, new one expected by fall

The existing McDonald’s was torn town and a new building will be in it’s place.  I have a friend who lives in the top floor a gorgeous triplex behind the construction site. They have a beautiful view of the lake, but listening to the noise from this construction gets a little tiring. I suppose in […]

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They’re baaaack! College Students

The  college students are back! With the decline of industry, Duluth depends on its college students. We have three colleges:  Lake Superior College,  College of St. Scholastica and  University of Minnesota Duluth. People have mixed feeling about the students. The colleges keep our town full of vitality, but in some neighborhoods the rate of home […]

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A good excuse to visit an old mansion

It’s always fun to have an excuse to visit one of Duluth’s old mansions. Here the Duluth League of Women Voters celebrated 90 years of women’s right to vote with a tea at the Duluth Women’s Club on Superior Street. As a fundraiser, Hats were available to purchase or rent.

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View from Cliff Avenue

Somehow this photo doesn’t do the real scene justice. It is really cool to see the lake from up on Cliff Avenue. Today was a beautiful day. Today I did something I always feared I would do, I erased a bunch of photos.  I am one day behind in this Duluth Daily Photo and I […]

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Moonshine over Lake Superior

I was out walking and did my best to capture the streak of light that the moon cast on Lake Superior. This is taken from Fern Avenue and Plum Street. I set my camera on the ground to keep it still. I had to lay down on the street to do that and of course […]

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St Anthony’s

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Ship through the fog

This ship looks kinda of interesting through the fog.

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Mansion with bushes

I have always been curious about why the owners of this mansion let the bushes grow so big. I suppose they think it gives them privacy.

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Home again, home again, jiggety-jig.

Can you guess where I took this photo? Lake Superior has a very small watershed From www.geo.msu.edu/geogmich/lakesuperior Lake Superior receives the least amount of surface runoff, in relation to its volume, of all five Great Lakes. This is because most of its watershed is forested, and its watershed is small, when compared to its water […]

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Bena U.S. Highway 2

Hi, I am traveling. I have always thought this colorful gas station in Bena on U.S. Highway 2 near Lake Winnibigoshish is interesting and fun.

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