Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Visiting Duluth, Minnesota

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  1. wonderful photos! your dogs are adorable. i've been to Minnesota (Minneapolis and Eden Prairie) a few years ago. i hope to to go back one of these days.:p

  2. Okay I'm gonna ask something stupid but is that. Lake Michigan? Cool photos. Looks like all had fun. And it looks chilly. :)

  3. One more thing is that a ship in the center of that garden? Another how cool!

  4. Great photos you got here! I can feel the serenity of your shots. love it! :)


  5. What a beautiful day! You got amazing pictures, as usual! Of course, every post is better when it has a picture of that gorgeous hound of yours in it, too!

  6. Hi All,
    Thank you for coming by to spend a little time with me, I really appreciate it and can't even tell you how much I enjoy the comments and questions!

    Thom yes that is a little tug boat sitting in the little island of greenery.

    Also, this is actually Lake Superior. Absolutely *not* a stupid question, I love questions.... They show you are interested which I am always very happy to know. :)

    Major hugs!

  7. Thanks for the explanation my friend. Much appreciated. You know when I was in Seattle at a place called the locks (it's a place where boats go and they have to lift and lower the water level for the boats to get from a lake, which I can't remember the name into Puget Sound - fascinating to see) but anyway when the boats go through to the sound, there was this sail boat. The mast was too tall and they had to lift the bridge but it had to wait until a train or their mass transit passed. When it lifted it made a racket also. Very interesting to see. :) Thanks again. Have a great day...chilly as it may be :)

  8. Hi, came by via Outdoor Wednesday. I enjoyed wandering Duluth through your photos. What a great day! Thank you.

    Su-sieee! Mac
    This and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then.




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