Along the Shore
I ran along the Bow River in Calgary, looking for an excuse to rest. I stopped under the Canadian flag waving over six marble columns that listed 3,000 names of Calgary area soldiers who died from WWI to Afghanistan. The rusted steel of the Calgary Soldiers’ Memorial
Thunder Bay—Hi everyone! It’s Chelsea Ellard of Thunder Bay with an update for you on the little sailboat I found on a Lake Superior island
Thunder Bay—Right in the middle of Thunder Bay’s south downtown is the magical “Christmas on the Second Floor” at Victoria’s Cupboard,
Lutsen—The Lutsen Trailbreakers have come a long way since the nonprofit organization was formed in 1983.
Old-timers remember the early days of North Shore snowmobiling in the 60s when 8-, 10-, and 12-horse Ski-Doos made their way across lakes and even to Ely past Dorothy
Duluth—Tischer Photographic Gallery will open November 16 in downtown Duluth, featuring exclusively the photography of Ryan Tischer. Tischer is an award-winning Duluth-based landscape photographer known for his iconic large-scale images of the Lake Superior region and across North America.
After the leaves come down, I start to notice all sorts of new things: moss-covered boulders, varying topography, the sparkle of a creek. “Stick season,” say the Eeyores among us. “See-through season,” counter the optimists.
While the rough-barked trunks stand stoically