We’re heading to Duluth this weekend. I know, super exciting. Actually, it is. I’ve never been and if Justin has, it’s been more than a decade (we’re old enough now to measure in terms of decades). Really, the reasons I want to go are 1)I’m still new to Minnesota and want to explore 2) we like stay-cations, and 3)I saw some really cool stuff about Duluth in one of the MANY shows I’ve watched for work.

(Which, by the way, I’ve published over 800(!!!) shows – meaning I’ve watched almost all of them. Yes, this is my job and I get paid to do it. I’m becoming the go-to person if you want to know the gist of a show.)

So, if I may shamelessly plug my work, here are some shows you might find of interest – who knows, it might prompt a visit to Minnesota (Thanks Team Voltron!):

This is for Team Voltron: State Fair People, Summit Ave, The Gateway

I wish I’d gone up north (or Nort as some MN’s call it) sooner. I’d be picking blueberry’s at the Makinen Blueberry Patch.

I’ll have to add this to our list of places to eat. Potica. But it’s even WAY more nort than Duluth.

The Cider Man of Duluth – I need to bring him all my apples!

Hmm, this seems to revolve around food. I’m sure Duluth has more to offer. Let’s see.

Bayfield isn’t that far from Duluth – by boat. But seeing some of the best preserved lighthouses might be worth a boat ride.

Lock and Dam #5

On our way up, we should stop at Frank Lloyd Wright’s service station. It’s the only one he ever did!

I don’t think we can go in, but maybe a drive by of Bob Dylan’s childhood home would be interesting.

I could go on and on. 800 shows, remember? Looking for something specific? Let me know, I’ve probably seen it. And give me time, I’ll probably visit it.


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