Monthly Archives: May 2014

Rainy, foggy day, but no ice or snow in the water or along the beach

It looks like our snow is good. Janette left a comment on yesterday’s post asking if the snow was all gone. Funny, that was the question I overheard several customers asking the hostess at the Midi Restaurant last night. She joked and said that it had melted about 2 hours previously. I do believe all […]

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Dinner at Midi’s Restaurant

We ate dinner at the Midi Restaurant tonight. It’s fun to watch the ships glide by.  The Midi is in the Fitger’s Complex. Fitger’s is an old brewery that has been renovated into a mall with an attached upscale hotel. It is right above the Lakewalk. The woman who owns the restaurant is German. She […]

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Snow on the beach

The ice and snow from the winter has been pushed up to the shore. People are out on the beach and it is a strange mixture of summer and winter together. (Photo by Terry Larson)

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No Wolf Hunting

The Fond du Lac Reservation is 22 miles west of Duluth.

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Crane demolishing AT&T tower

First Street was blocked off between 3rd Ave. E. and 4th Ave. E. while a crane is used to demolish the AT&T tower. Apparently we no longer  need the technology that this tower provided. Notice how many feet above the building the crane is.

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Superior Hiking Trail in Bagley Field

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Incline Station

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Rushing water at Thomsen Dam

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Snowcapped Lake

The wind blew and while the lake is open in other areas the old snow gathered in our little corner of the lake trapping our first ocean-going vessel of this season. Here a bicyclists fights the wind and rain on the Lakewalk. How many modes of transportation do you see possible in this photo?

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