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Where in Duluth?

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A special holiday edition of PDD’s photo geographical identification competition sensation thing or something.

As usual with “Where in Duluth?” there is no prize for being the first to identify the location of this photo, other than bragging rights.

21 Comments

Cory

about 10 years ago

In the woods

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

You're getting warm.

Bubba Rubba, tire prospector

about 10 years ago

Yous stay off mah claim or I fetch ol hickory off the wall and run yous off!  And stay away from ol hickory, too!

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Yes sir, Bubba. I'd never mess with anyone who uses an old rotary lawnmower as a counterweight. 

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Dagney

about 10 years ago

I say in the woods above Norton Park.

Bubba Rubba, tire prospector

about 10 years ago

Yous mean the fingar snatchar? Is got sentermetal values. And a well documented provenance.  Gonna make me rich rich rich on the Anteek Roadshow! Then cash out mah tire bisness to the internet people. Maybe yous buy it.

huitz

about 10 years ago

I really thought at first it was the messed up tree-house across highland from the cemetery.  You have to go in a ways to see it.  I don't even know if it's still there.  It looks similar, in any case.

sbuchanan

about 10 years ago

It's gotta be the west side of Chester Creek just down from E 6th St....looks like the fort that I left out there the last time I visited grandpa's back in 82..

zra

about 10 years ago

chester park.

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Norton Park, across from Oneota Cemetery and west side of Chester Creek are all wrong answers.

huitz

about 10 years ago

Okay, now I'm curious.  Keene Creek trail?

pH

about 10 years ago

Downer Park area?

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

YES! Very well done, pH!

I'm not sure if the trail this tree fort is on has a name, but it's just south of where the Superior Hiking Trail turns off Vermilion Road. The trail splits into a couple of different directions, and has several entry points. In addition to the spot on Vermilion Road, you can find this trail where Owatonna Street dead ends and where Vassar Street dead ends.

Julian

about 10 years ago

I was going to say in between Morley Parkway, the golf course and Ridgeview (or whatever) Road... kind of in between East High and Snively. Actually, there was some kid's fort there but I think they burnt it down!

vicarious

about 10 years ago

Downer Park area, just south of where the Superior Hiking Trail turns off Vermilion, where the trail splits into a couple of different directions, and has several entry points. In addition to the spot on Vermilion Road, you can find this trail where Owatonna Street dead ends and where Vassar Street dead ends.

Did I win?

Barrett Chase

about 10 years ago

I bet that shopping bag on the wall is where they keep the stolen cigarettes.

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Vicarious, you win the Sardonic Comment Award. The prize is in the bag, right next to the cigarettes. You know where to find it.

msy

about 10 years ago

wow, this is sad. I hike/run/bike this area 2-3 times a week (I enter from Owatonna St.) and I have never seen this.

pH

about 10 years ago

Nice quiet hiking, especially in the fall. I used my bragging rights responsibly today; refrained from boastful or rude gesturing with my thumbs. So, not really different than any other Tuesday.  But it feels good to win.

Scr3wlo0se

about 10 years ago

I almost thought it was the shack me and the maida's built years ago up behind the zoo

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