Monthly Archives: August 2016


When you are on your way to or from Park Point and you have to stop for the Aerial Lift Bridge go up to let a ship through you are “bridged.” This man was walking amongst bridged cars on Park Point.

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August is too early

This hot weather has been beastly, but I’m  not ready for our leaves to turn colors in anticipation for autumn

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Green Chester Bowl

Today was very hot and muggy. I walked with friends at Chester Bowl. Do you see the ski lift to the right? It blends right in with all the grass and trees. It was so hot that we were dripping sweat at 10 a.m. We have had a lot of rain, You can see how […]

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A Tall Ship Arrives

My friend and I sat on a bench along the Lakewalk when we noticed this Tall Ship.

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Where in Duluth?

Do you know where in Duluth this is located? I was going to call this a gargoyle, but gargoyles are a carved or formed grotesque with a spout designed to convey water from a roof and away from the side of a building, thereby preventing rainwater from running down masonry walls and eroding the mortar between.

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Heavy equipment

On Sunday this heavy equipment took a rest in the parking lot of First United Methodist Church. The equipment has spent the past few weeks ripping up and repaving Skyline Parkway.

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Horse carriage in Canal Park

Today was hot about 83 degrees and kinda of muggy.  

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Bee on flower

How many bees do you see? Is the insect on the lower left a bee? Learn more about the importance of bees here: I am my brother’s beekeeper.

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Laughter on National Night Out

National Night Out is a time when neighbors gather together to get to know each other. It  is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community. partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. This people are at CHUM, a nonprofit that helps people experiencing homelessness.

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