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Wind and Waves in Grand Marais

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Frozen Superior in Grand Marais

Josh has been using his drone lately and shared some photos of the Grand Marais harbor.  It’s pretty neat to see the contrast from liquid, to partially solid to solid ice all from above. Grand Marais Harbor[/caption]

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Great Afternoon for a Cross-Country Ski

It was a beautiful afternoon for a ski. The trees flocked with snow, temperature in the teens, warm sun and all was perfect.

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Fat Tire Biking up North

I didn’t get a fat tire bike for Christmas this year but I did get one for my birthday! I’m super excited to hit the trails but I’m waiting for the temperature to warm up a little bit before heading

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Golden Grand Marais

The holiday tree lighting ceremony in Grand Marais had the perfect backdrop for photography last night. A spectacular sunset for folks to watch before the parade followed by more beauty in the sky in the form of fireworks.

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Loving Lake Superior

A calm day by Lake Superior in Grand Marais, Minnesota. The waves have a way of mesmerizing me.

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Swimming in Grand Marais, Minnesota

Torn- Chapter 5 I love to swim. When we’re on canoe camping trips in the Boundary Waters or Quetico Park I’ll sometimes swim three or four times a day. I am not talking about just taking a dip to cool

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What About the Smell?

Torn- Chapter 4? What about the awful smell this summer in Grand Marais? I know it isn’t good for tourism to complain about how bad it smells in town sometimes but it’s just another thing that makes me want to

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Grand Marais is a Wonderful Place to Live

Shall I say this is Chapter 2 of Torn? That would assume there might be a 3rd and I’d hate to commit… People all over are envious of those of us who live in Grand Marais. It’s “America’s Coolest Small

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Hiking on the Cascade River

The North Shore of Lake Superior has a number of wonderful places to hike. State Park hiking trails, rivers, the beach, the Superior Hiking Trail or even just along dirt roads you can easily find a place to stretch your

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