Monthly Archives: July 2013

First Presbyterian Steeple

I never get tired of looking at this church or the steeple. Dave Anderson of the Northland’s NewsCenter wrote this in 2010: This old church on Second Street in Duluth was built in 1890. The roots of the congregation go back even farther. “Duluth First Presbyterian was Duluth’s first church. We were organized June 1, […]

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At dock

The Tall Ships left Duluth today. Here are two ships that are still here. Some canoers tried to get a closer look while still on the water.

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The Tall Ships are here!

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Lookout at Superior Hiking Trail

Today is the first time I’ve ever been on this part of the Superior Hiking Trail. This is near the Kenwood neighborhood and UMD. This is near Bagley Park. You can’t see it in this photo, but there was a ship out in the lake.

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Bridged Park Point’s Affluent Poor

Park Point’s Affluent Poor

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Sunday afternoon cruise: boat, bike and convertible

My husband and I were out on a patio of the DECC when I saw his red convertible roll by. With the a Vista Fleet tour boat in the background, the convertible and  bicycle, it felt like a Perfect Duluth Day. (We had just attended the Celebration of Steve O’Neil’s life and were headed to […]

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Peace Church Cross with ship

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Hot Summer Day

Today it was really hot, hot enough to jump in Lake Superior, which is usually cold as ice. This was along the Lakewalk.

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Dog Days of Summer

The thermometer said 97 degree today. Looks like this doggie was trying to get a little relief from the heat.

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This will make you smile

This photo was taken yesterday at Cold Stone Creamery on a sweltering day.

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