Monthly Archives: October 2011

Breath the Peace Bench

This bench is at the top of Chester Bowl behind the ski jumps. The brush on the other side of the bench has been cleared so that a person sitting on the bench has a clear view of East Hillside and Lake Superior

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Trunk or treating at the Coppertop

The Coppertop Church held a “trunk or treat” event after services on Sunday. People decorated and filled the backs of their vehicles with treats and costumed children when from vehicle to vehicle. Those who didn’t own a car were provided a table or doubled up with a vehicle owner. In this photo you can see […]

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Horse ranch northeast of Duluth

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Spring green in late October

I was so surprised to see this “spring green” tree near the end of October that I had to take it’s photo. As you can see the leaves next to it are all crinkled and have turned brown or fallen. I’m not sure why this tree still has the bright green leaves.  This tree is […]

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Red carpet at the Kitch

The Ktichi Gammi Club is where the Prominent businessmen met and struck deals. J. P. Morgan being among them. The current club house, built in 1913 was designed by Bertam G. Goodhue. The three and one-half brick and stone building looks like a mansion and is on East Superior Street overlooking Lake Superior. Lavish materials […]

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Curling Practice in Duluth

The ice was ready on Monday at the  Duluth Curling Club

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When it’s windy we see whitecaps

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Clock tower with Superior in background

This is a view of the Historic Central High School Clock Tower that you don’t often see. The bridge in the background it the Blantik or “High Bridge” which connect Duluth and Superior. You may take a virtual tour of the historic clock tower here.

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October elephants

I first posted a photo of this Mansion with the elephants in Aug. of 2010. At that time I wrote: These elephants welcome visitors to this Congdon home on East Third Street. Elephants are symbols of prosperity, wealth, good luck, strength and power. It also represents perseverance, in that it is an extremely hard working […]

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Farmers Market

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