In a twist on our usual game of “Where in Duluth?” we note this time the image was not shot in Duluth, yet the flag references Duluth’s Enger Park. Ready? Set? Describe the location where this photo was shot.
Mont Du Lac?
Nope, not Mont du Lac. Rae is about eight miles off.
Mahtowa golf course?
Not 29 Pines Golf Course in Mahtowa. Getting colder with that guess.
Superior Municipal Forest off of Hwy 105?
(Is it in Douglas County?)
It is not in the state of Wisconsin.
Pine Hill Golf Course near Carlton, MN?
It is not on a golf course, nor is it in Carlton.
In the snow bank near the woods?
Proctor -- the Piedmont trail system?
The trail that leads to the scenic overlook West of Gary New Duluth on Hwy 23 (so, just beyond Fon du Lac)?
The Mont du Lac guess was warmer.
Along the Munger Trail near an unpaved parking area just off Beck's Road?
Getting closer now. That's about six miles off.
I was thinking it might be the SHT where it crosses Skyline by that goofy Getchell-Vinland-Highland intersection, but I'm not sure if that's Duluth or Proctor there.
That intersection is in Duluth. It is not the location of the photo, but you are not far off.
Keene Creek Park?
Remember, the location is not in Duluth.
There is a Keene Creek Park located in Hermantown.
Judging by your response, however, I'm assuming it isn't there.
Are you ready to give us any more hints?
Rather than give hints at the exact location, I'm going to call it solved when someone correctly guesses the city. This really is a difficult one.
Wrong on all three counts. Although this is a tough one in terms of exact location, it should be easy to get the city considering all the clues so far.
It's gotta be Proctor or Hermantown, so Ima gonna guess.. Prohermacator... er... Hermantown. No Proctor. My final answer is Proctor.
Proctor is correct. It is along the dead-end Acacia Street.
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