Duluth Does Dormancy


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February 11th 2010
Published: February 11th 2010
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Here in Maine, winter is slowly slipping away. While the rest of New England is getting peppered with the most snow EVER RECORDED, I spend my 35-degree days (or warmer!) eyeing the ugly mud/grass underfoot. And so I think back to my time in snowy Minnesota over a month ago. Snowshoeing in the not-very-big woods of Nerstrand State Park, snowshoeing in Jay Cooke State Park near Carlton, snowshoeing a lengthy ways to fish in the Cloquet Valley State Forest north of Duluth (although I forgot my camera on that trip).

Mmm winter.


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And then the camera died


12th February 2010

"Sleeping Beast", ha! You know that she is getting ready to pounce on something!
16th February 2010

Nice to see you!
Linda was just about ready to tell me something clever to write but she heard the figure skating starting and went to watch. She's back! It was only the Americans. "It's nice to see pictures of your winter escapades," she exclaimed, "and Beada, of course."

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