Monthly Archives: December 2011

New Year’s Eve view of Duluth’s Sky Harbor Airport

The Twin Ports received a dusting of snow on New Year’s Eve. The evening started out kinda slippery.  We went to a party on Barker’s Island. I looked outside and was worried about driving home in the ice and snow and especially over the Blatnik Bridge. This is the view from our hotel room on […]

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Logging truck on Superior Street

In keeping with the theme of the City Daily Photo project, I am posting the only photo I took outdoors on the 30th I took a bunch indoors that you may see on my Naomi’s Duluth Adventures blog. The past few days I’ve noticed logging trucks heading east on Superior Street. It took me a […]

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Detail on old building

This detail is on the  Cosmetology Careers Unlimited is located 121 West Superior Street  Duluth, MN 55802 I don’t know the story on the relief, but I’d like to find out. See this link for more photos.

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View of basketball court on Observation Hill

Here is a view of the basketball court on Observation Hill. It was taken from the skywalk downtown.

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Sunset at 8th Street and 19th Avenue East

The day after Christmas was a warm day with temperatures in the mid 40 degrees. You can see the snow, what little we had of it, has been melting. This is Sara’s Table, a.k.a Chester Creek Cafe, a.k.a. Taran’s Market.

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The Shrine of the Sacred Heart

A walk in the woods near College of St. Scolastica The Shrine of the Sacred Heart is kinda a surprise the first time you walk in the woods behind the College of St. Scholastica. The area is a quarry. The blue trap or gabbro rock in the locations was quarried for Tower Hall. See a […]

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas! The First United Methodist Church a.k.a. “The Coppertop”

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Merry Christmas

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The skywalk is decorated in a festive holiday way

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The Post Office is full

The lines were long in the Post Office in Lincoln Park on Monday. But they move pretty quickly and the postal employees as well as the customers were in nice mood. Many were telling acquaintances, “Merry Christmas!”

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