Along the Shore
Terrace Bay—Lake Superior has two North Shores. One, best known to Minnesotans, is their own 150-mile stretch of shoreline between Duluth and the Canadian border. The other, call it the geographical North Shore, is best known to Ontarians and extends
Duluth—You may think you know all about Duluth’s not-so-pleasant past. The Glensheen murders? Check. The lynchings in 1920? Check. The sinking of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald? Check.
It turns out, there’s much more we don’t know. That’s where The Duluth Experience’s
Duluth—Tours of Duluth’s Nopeming Sanatorium enter through the chapel where guests are greeted with peeling white and teal paint and the damp scent of mold and mildew.
Since St. Louis County transferred the last nursing home patients out of Nopeming in 2002, the property
Thunder Bay—If you want to experience a taste of the big apple on Park Avenue, you don’t need to go to New York City. Roots to Harvest is serving up apple cider from its location on Park Avenue in Thunder Bay.
Roots to Harvest is an organization that pairs agriculture
Duluth—Whether you’re a hunter or not, harvesting meat in general is a massive amount of work.
With a bow though, it is not just about the moment in which the arrow is released; it is the time put in before the hunt that matters. In Minnesota, to legally harvest big game
North Shore—October is a fantastic month to look at leaves. Red maples may be past their peak, but other species hold their fall colors longer, and variations in micro-climates allow beauty to ripple across the landscape in eccentric patterns.