Along the Shore
DULUTH—The raven from Grand Marais was obviously enjoying the roomy suite at Wildwoods earlier this winter. But it was in that “rock star” way. The room was a mess.
Tara Smith sighed, knowing it was going to be quite a job to clean the place up after the raven checked
To my dear boy, Joe, from your life long companion and friend, Lake Superior,
You and I are a lot alike. Your body is mostly made up of water and the other part of you…well, they say you are what you eat… so, you and I are made of water and fish!
Oh, how my waves
A day on Cascade Icefall
LUTSEN—Ice climbing on the North Shore is a rewarding adventure that’s fun for newbies and veteran climbers alike. It’s a technical sport, emphasizing healthy risks and natural spaces. With
SUPERIOR—Marissa Anderson and her daughter, Carmen had a special night planned last Valentine’s Day. Their mother-daughter date took place at the Douglas County Humane Society doing cat yoga.
Marissa learned about the class on Facebook and, though she hadn’t done much
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