Our annual Fall get-away starts with a two night stay in Duluth
There's always the old stand-by sights...
The William A. Irvin
down by the harbor
cant forget the aerial lift bridge
We visited three different sites this time, things we have never seen
didn't even know existed, two of them I'm featuring in this post...
The longest freshwater sandbar in the world
the sand reminds me of california beaches
Just had to get my feet in the water
and we relaxed
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I had remembered reading something about a Leif Erikson Park,
so I plugged it into my GPS and we were so glad we did.
Monument of Leif Erikson
The rose gardens made up a large part of the park
200 varieties of roses are represented in the rose gardens
it was an amazing site
The park is situated along Duluths Lake Walk,
so we also took advantage of a long walk...
along the lake
My next post will feature the 3rd site we visited for the first time.