Ask Superior resident Terry White what he is wildly passionate about, and he proudly admits—he’s a boat nerd. “They’re pretty unique. The older ones are beautiful and the newer ones, well, they grow on you.”
On certain lakes throughout the Northern Wilds, it’s worth forking over the necessary funds to hire a fishing guide or charter captain. On one particular lake, it can be a matter of life or death.
Just ask Darren Peck, the owner and charter captain of Lake Superior based Tofte Charters.
A strong and vibrant regional art scene and the renewed energy of summer on Lake Superior’s North Shore means opportunities galore to see art on display and in action. Establishments both large and small have unique showcases, both planned and in progress; from the Duluth Art Institute and the Thunder
Betsy Bowen must exercise self-discipline to take days off from her artwork. And though Bowen is nearing 70, she won’t stop working anytime soon.
The Grand Marais printmaker, known for her illustrations in children’s books, thrives in her art and the studio in which
We pounced when a cabin came up for sale on Whiteface Reservoir, 40 miles north of Duluth. No plumbing. We haul water to drink. My two kids can brag to their city friends about the outhouse. Last summer was our tenth at the cabin.
It started poorly. My wife Shelley wrote the first