Comments for Perfect Duluth Day
I looked at the mud in the Turnagain Arm when the tide was out when I lived up there. As scary here as I remembered.
Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here with You…
Their Website mentions a January 2020 opening but no official date yet. Any news?
Zach is Eric’s son.
Last year was Eric’s 20th consecutive Grandma’s (!) and, as noted, his 8th Grandma’s Double, that he uses as a training run for the Leadville 100 run.
The questionable name looks to be “King.” The church he mentioned living next to would be the First M. E. Church (First Methodist Episcopal Church). “Rubyor” could be a bad attempt at spelling “Rueben.”
North Shore Federal Credit Union has announced plans to open its second Duluth branch in the Taco Arcada location in mid-2020.
Thanks so much PDD, truly appreciate it !
Comment on Arrival of Hon. James L. Oberstar in Duluth by The Mayor of Snow-Fort City (aka Lake Superior Aquaman)
She sure loves the camera. For show-and-tell I would bring my bird. Then share a sonnet in word. I once knew a codger who had her in class. She’d sculpted these hands from God given ass. Ah but the Baby Boomers might’ve had a blast. Could have bee...
Lived in Duluth more than 50 years. Beautiful place, beautifully people. One of the most beautiful places anywhere in the summer … love the lake … except when the wind switches and the temp drops 10-15 degrees in an hour. Took me 6 months to adjus...
Is there any information about Fond du Lac school?
Beautiful place for a beautiful lady! I love Duluth!
Lived in Duluth beautiful area. Beautiful place to visit.
LOVED this. Laughed myself nearly to vomiting! (How appropriate.) What else have you written? Where can I find it?
This is awesome! I live in Duluth but I’m originally from San Diego, Calif. I agree there’s something special and undefinable about this place.
Arnold School was an elementary and middle school outside Duluth city limits on Arnold Road in Rice Lake. At the time, Rice Lake was a township; it became a city in 2015. I think the school was, however, a part of the Duluth School District. As ne...
What about Arnold School? My dad and his cousins went there. My mom attended Washington Jr. High.
More details from City Pages: “Minnesota guy’s sweet Heelys highlights go rightfully viral“
Barb Monsaas offers another perspective on Facebook, suggesting the dirt road is Seventh Street near where it intersected Skyline.”
Yeah, it’s kind of tricky to tell if Jackson was just up the hill from Pittsburg, or farther up by Skyline and the lense makes it appear closer to Pittsburg. And maybe Pittsburg wasn’t Pittsburg back then or didn’t exist at all for all we know....
I would put the location of the shoot at Fourth Avenue West and Pittsburg Avenue. I posted a Where in Duluth photo from that location -- although my pic is looking up the stairway. You can see Munger Terrace and the caretaker house. There also app...
Thanks for the love, PDD!!!
Cool information on “Fargo” (the movie and the TV series) Paul! I enjoy your posts!
Mr. Jackson was apparently a rather diminutive fellow, which was poked fun of in an 1885 Board of Trade resolution printed in the Duluth News Tribune and recounted on the Zenith City website in a profile of John C. Hunter Family.
I think Santa has smoked a lot of dope in his day.
I was told by a US Bank employee that the engineers have determined that it was time to shut it down due to safety concerns. Initially the top floor of the ramp was closed and would be followed by a complete closure in late December. After the wet...
Similar to this one but not the same.
Here is the prophet Tiny Tim, around 1968, warning the children about rising sea levels.
If you check out the Recommended Links above, you’ll see three other posts on Perfect Duluth Day that make note of Duluth’s position on the Ticket to Ride Board.
The first post is from 2014 and one of the comments offers an explanation of how it h...