Along the Shore
Get off the couch and suit up—it’s time to go snowmobiling. Snowmobiles, sleds, snow machines—whatever you call ‘em, they’re a lot of fun and help our excruciatingly long winters literally fly right by.
Your snowmobile should be prepped for another action-packed season by
ELY—There is no doubt about it, 14-year-old Jasper Johnston is a busy teenager. As a freshman at Ely Memorial High School, he is on the cross country team and the cross country skiing team, while also training for
A Finn-tastic Tradition
The Finnish sauna is alive and well in the Northern Wilds. No one has incorporated the steam bath into their culture quite like the Finns.
“It began as a place to wash,” said David Pyykkönen, who owns Finn-tastic with his wife, Eija, in Thunder Bay. “The sauna was basically
Duluth—OK, Santa. What’s my name?
That was one of many “curveballs” Scott Segee faced during “lap time” with children during a week of learning late this past summer at the Professional Santa Claus School in Denver.
Thunder Bay—Once again, high quality Aboriginal art and craft work is coming to Thunder Bay just in time for the Christmas gift season. How it came to be part of the city’s Christmas preparations is a story in itself.
Duluth—Cutting your own Christmas tree or balsam boughs on the Superior National Forest can be a festive outing during the holidays. The ritual of hiking through the woods with your family and friends to choose your personal tree or boughs can greatly enrich the holiday season.