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.)

28 Comments

G R

about 4 years ago

Hawks Ridge?

samh

about 4 years ago

Mormon church.

Bill Meier

about 4 years ago

exercise circuit in Lester Park.

NateL

about 4 years ago

Hmmm, 0 for 3.....

hmmm

about 4 years ago

Park Point.

Matt Jennissen

about 4 years ago

Bagley Nature Area

ironic1

about 4 years ago

The marker to show that you are about to enter the seventh circle of HELL!!!

Barrett Chase

about 4 years ago

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.

Lisa

about 4 years ago

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!

NateL

about 4 years ago

hmmm has it, but where? There are more than one here. In a sense, ironic1 is oddly specific to the actual location....

Touchdown Johnson

about 4 years ago

There should be a 'Where in Duluth' tag. I'd love to go through a bunch of these in one sitting.

Vicarious

about 4 years ago

On/Off topic: a few days ago I saw a yearling bear just past Sky Harbor.

Bully

about 4 years ago

Trail off Seven Bridges Rd?

adam

about 4 years ago

These where easier when you could just look at the location cache from Lundgren's iPhone.

Wes Scott

about 4 years ago

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.

Adem

about 4 years ago

This post is to assist when setting the universal sundial to your watch.

digit3

about 3 years ago

Park Point me thinks

cohohobo

about 3 years ago

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..

Paul Lundgren

about 3 years ago

The day I get an iPhone will be the day Adam pays the bill for it.

ironic1

about 3 years ago

I concur with the desire for a "Where in Duluth" tag.

zman

about 3 years ago

Reminds me of LOST

Hmmm

about 3 years ago

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

Paul Lundgren

about 3 years ago

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.

NateL

about 3 years ago

Ring a ding! Hmmm has the win on this one.

adam

about 3 years ago

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.

Hmmm

about 3 years ago

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!

Andrew Slade

about 3 years ago

The old building is a buoy depot from the US Lighthouse Service. Loads of info here: http://bit.ly/fezEww

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