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Where in Duluth?

no smoking garlic

Mmm, smoking garlic.  I hear it’s very medicinal.

As a side note, does anybody else walk around specifically looking for things to photograph for a “Where in Duluth?” post?

22 Comments

Ramos

about 3 years ago

I do. I'm looking for something distinctive, and preferably big, that nobody will be able to guess. Given the galaxy of PDD eyes out there, I'm not sure this is possible. I once thought of starting a "Where in the Northland?" category, so I could include Superior, but I got hung up with distaste on the word "Northland" and never did it.

Rae

about 3 years ago

Ramos - Please do! I think a lot of people on here spend a large amount of time/live in Superior.

Bret

about 3 years ago

Near the alcove.

Barrett Chase

about 3 years ago

There has been a Where in the Twin Ports? post as well as a Where is it? post, the answers to both of which were in Superior.

Sonya

about 3 years ago

Wow, no serious guesses yet? (Bret-which alcove?) It is right downtown and I would have thought that surely somebody else has walked by it, although I don't know how long it's been up.

Bret

about 3 years ago

The one downtown by this sign.

maria

about 3 years ago

It looks like tech center or hospital bricks. The garlic reference makes me think it's near Luce.

-Berv

about 3 years ago

I'll guess the Sheraton.

Sonya

about 3 years ago

It would be cute if it were outside Luce, but alas it is not. Not the Sheraton, either. It is to the west of both of them. I'm fairly certain there are no regular garlic-related activities in the building the sign is on. Here is another clue: I'm wondering if maybe there are people reading this who know where it is, but don't want to say because they're worried about what people might think of them if they are familiar with this building.

Sonya

about 3 years ago

Further west and up the hill a little bit.

TimK

about 3 years ago

CHUM Drop-in?

Chad

about 3 years ago

The Damiano Center on 4th?

jessige

about 3 years ago

Oh, and I hope the N64 is in reference to the painter's favorite gaming system.

Sonya

about 3 years ago

Jessige: you are very, very close.

Tom

about 3 years ago

County Courthouse? Federal Building?

Sonya

about 3 years ago

So close! After you leave this building, you could use your food stamps to buy garlic, but you'd better not smoke it in the alcove.

Zeito

about 3 years ago

Goldeneye on the N64 rawked. News Tribune building?

Paul Lundgren

about 3 years ago

Government Services Building.

Sonya

about 3 years ago

Yes, Paul wins. Geez, sorry to make this so random--it was in such an open, centrally located position I was sure that somebody else would have walked past it.

zra

about 3 years ago

I'm starting to think that there needs to be some sort of handicap on WiD posts from now on.

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