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North Shore MN Lodging on Lake Superior – Country Inn, Bed & Breakfast Family Destination

Where did summer go?

September 1st, wow summer can’t be over yet. We have had a great Summer, thanks to many old friends and lots of new friends. After nearly a week of hit and miss rain we are starting off September with a beautiful day. If you are thinking of coming to the North Shore this fall, we […]

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Spring has Sprung

Finally the temperatures are starting to warm up. The ice on Lake Superior is beginning to break up. The North Shore rivers have some running water. The next two weeks will be the time to be on the North Shore, as the snow melts and the ice breaks up in the rivers. The falls at […]

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Spring begins

Well,the first day of spring has arrived here on the North Shore, but it still feels and looks like winter around here. With the warmer temperatures, a little melting on the edges of the Gooseberry River has begun. Upper Gooseberry Falls now has some open running water. It will be awhile before we see it […]

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40 year reunion

These ladies were classmates 40 years ago when they graduated from UMD. This is the second time they have all gotten together at our Inn. All have stayed here but not always all together. They enjoyed a sailboat cruise out of Knife River on Saturday evening and did lots of hiking the other 2 days.

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More Tall Ships

After two days of clouds, cold and scattered showers, we decided to go into Duluth and get up close to the Ships. We had sun and much warmer weather. The ships were docked in two separate areas and the crowds were much smaller. We were able to board The Pride of Baltimore and The Niagara. […]

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Tall Ships

Tall Ships arrived in Duluth today. Nine different ships arrived. There were going to be ten, but one was struck by lightening and sustained enough damage to sideline it for repairs. We sat on the shoreline and watched as the parade to the Harbor began. Some of the ships fired their cannons as they entered […]

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