Monthly Archives: December 2012

Happy New Year with a Finnish ice candle

I’m am learning about the Finnish tradition of lighting an ice Candle in memory of loved one who has died. My neighbor had several of these ice-candles and gave me one.  His family took several of them them to a cemetery “upnorth.” He said you could see the glow of the candle in the winter […]

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Winter fog

Do you see the ship?

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A Blanket of Snow

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Log truck on Supeior Street

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Christmas tree goes through the roof

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Merry Christmas!

The candle on the left was one of 27 that were lit on the steps of city hall during a vigil for those who died this year and had experienced homelessness. (Correction 37 people.)

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Elevators on Garfield Avenue

I don’t know the name of these elevators, but my husband says they are the tallest buildings in Duluth. Do you know the name of these elevators.

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Holiday lions on Superior Street

These decorated lions are in front of a house on Superior Street. I found information on this house from the Duluth Preservation Alliance’s walking tour. Here is what it says: The McCord’s two-story Shingle Style house features a stone foundation, shingle wall cladding, and a spectacular front façade symmetrically arranged around a central two-story entry […]

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Maurices’ private skywalk

Maurices has its corporate headquarters in downtown Duluth. The own part of the skywalk as the have buildings on opposite sides of Superior Street.

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Tanks

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