Posts Tagged ‘Dog’

Dog in the Apartment

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

I made a bold decision bringing my family’s dog up to Duluth following Thanksgiving break. I thought it would be a good idea to bring Kirby up to spend 4 weeks in the arctic tundra of Duluth. So far so good.


The Dog-Friendly Lakewalk

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

The lakewalk along Lake Superior is a great place to go for a walk or run in the summer. There is also a lot of spots along the path where you can get access the water and explore a little. A great thing about the lakewalk, other than being a beautiful path, is that it is super dog-friendly. There are multiple stations that have dog bags to pick-up waste and many times, there are a lot of dogs off of their leash playing in Leif Erickson Park. So if you are to ever have a dog in Duluth, just know it’s a great place to do so.

Hartley Park

Monday, July 13th, 2015

On my quick trip to Duluth to move into my new house, my friend and I spent a few hours exploring one of my favorite parks in Duluth: Hartley Park and Nature Center! We brought my friend’s dog, Dakota, with us, too. She absolutely loved it there. Her sniffer was on high gear the whole time and she loved running through the steams and taking drink breaks. She’s a German Shepherd Dog and Labrador Retriever cross, so being in the water is second nature to her. After an hour and a half of hiking the Superior Hiking Trail through Hartley, we stopped at Hartley Pond to throw the ball for Dakota. Although, she was so tired from the hike that she couldn’t swim very well. It was awesome to see her so exhausted – there isn’t parks like this in Fargo for her to explore!


Housing Fiasco

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Finding a place to live for next year has been a headache of a time, but I’m excited to say it’s finally almost settled!


Romantic Camping in Duluth?

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Yesterday as I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed I saw a post called “Romantic Camping Destinations in Minnesota”. Of course, I clicked on it, guessing the North Shore would make an appearance on the list. Lo and behold, it made the top two spots! The first being Gooseberry Falls State Park and the second Tettegouche State Park (Note: the article spelled Tettegouche wrong). I’ve been to both quite a few times and I think there is good reason for them to be on the list. However, I think I would switch the order and place Tettegouche above Gooseberry.