By NateL on Apr 21, 2011 in Lost and Found, Outdoors, Photos, Where in Duluth?
This one is probably pretty easy, but bonus if you know what it’s for. (I don’t, so you could probably make something up.)
exercise circuit in Lester Park.
Hmmm, 0 for 3…..
Bagley Nature Area
The marker to show that you are about to enter the seventh circle of HELL!!!
I’m going to say the Western Waterfront Trail.
Wherever it is specifically, I think Bill’s right about it being part of an exercise circuit. One of the hospitals (St. Mary’s?) put up a series of exercise circuits on area trails in the 80s/90s. There were pull-up bars and benches for doing sit-ups along various trails, including Lester Park and the Western Waterfront Trail.
Key to a self-guided nature trail (can get the pamphlets at the Parks and Rec Department). Now -- the question is which nature trail? Park Point?Mission Creek? Kingsbury Creek? Chester Creek?, Congdon Creek?
There are so many choices!
hmmm has it, but where? There are more than one here.
In a sense, ironic1 is oddly specific to the actual location….
There should be a ‘Where in Duluth’ tag. I’d love to go through a bunch of these in one sitting.
On/Off topic: a few days ago I saw a yearling bear just past Sky Harbor.
Trail off Seven Bridges Rd?
These where easier when you could just look at the location cache from Lundgren’s iPhone.
Good topical comment about the I-Phone. They do the GPS tags on the pictures unless you shut that function off. That is a hiking trail makers for sure.
This post is to assist when setting the universal sundial to your watch.
Park Point me thinks
It’s along the chester creek trail. On the north side near the skyline bridge. i think..at least there is one similar to that there…also one on pp like that also..
The day I get an iPhone will be the day Adam pays the bill for it.
I concur with the desire for a “Where in Duluth” tag.
Reminds me of LOST
It’s by the crazy old building at the end of the point. I hear it used to be a locomotive engine repair place. Not sure of the validity of that one. And imagine it’s a mile marker, like the one at the beginning of the trail that says 4
O.K. I’ve created a “Where in Duluth?” category and categorized the 22 “Where in Duluth?” posts I could find.
I’ll leave it up to Touchdown Johnson or Ironic1 to create a leaders’ board showing who has solved the most of them.
Ring a ding! Hmmm has the win on this one.
Don’t tempt me. You can go pick up the Viking, Curly’s, Les Birds (though I know you totally love Les Birds), La Bellle and all the other whack-job owners and BFE bars. iPhone should have an emergency push-button, or something.
I was just there today and took some photos of it with my dog and the building in the background. I was hoping to post it as my answer, unfortunately perfectduluthday doesn’t allow comments with photos in them/I’m not technically proficient enough to figure out a good way to do so!
The old building is a buoy depot from the US Lighthouse Service. Loads of info here: http://bit.ly/fezEww
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