There is a ship in the harbor. I’m not sure what ship it is.Â I looked at Duluth Shipping news, but I couldn’t figure out.
I thought it was interesting that this U-Haul had a picture of Punxsutawney Phil, because spring never arrive 6 weeks after Ground Hog’s Day (Feb. 2) in the majority of places I’ve lived.Â And certainly not Duluth.
The sun was shining this afternoon and I thought the colors of these dresses in the windows of Dannie Duluth on East Fourth Street were beautiful. This is at the corner of 10 Avenue East and Fourth Street.
There is a full moon over Lake Superior tonight. I pulled my car over to try to get a photo of it. I like the way the moonlight reflects and glistens in the lake.
Blue sky with snow on Plum Street.
This snowman is perched on a snowbank on Ivy Street in upper Kenwood. Do you his glasses?
We had more snow today. If you look at the top of the photo you can see some snowflakes.
The first ship of the season left the port on Wednesday. As I rounded the corner I was pleasantly surprised to see this ship in the harbor. I get excited whenever I see a ship and I’m so happy they are back for the season.
This is the old and new airport and the National Guard airplane
This is what you get when you leave your car at the airport in March.
Soon the new parking garage will be complete and passengers will be able to walk from the garage to the terminal without going outside.