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CDC recommends mask wearing for all people [vaccinated or not] indoors or in crowded outdoor areas].
Be Patient – every business is short staffed, we’ve got road construction and it is busy
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On December 5th our first snowstorm – a full-on blizzard – blew in dumping 12″ along the shore and just over 21″ deep inland. With continuing wind gusts in the 30 mile-per-hour range and dropping temps, December 6th is a snow day as we dig out. Lutsen Mountains is open daily starting Friday, December 10th and I will update the Trail Report as cross-country ski, snowmobile, and fat bike systems open. I will start snowshoeing as soon as the winds die down! I am expecting lots of outdoor fun throughout the holidays.
The North Shore is ideal for shopping small and local; check out the amazing number of craft sales, bazaars, art shows and events. New this year – weekend offering of Tea aboard the historic Edna G – how cool is that?!
For outdoor fun – wave watching at any of these Lake Superior public access spots. Wind brings Shipwrecks to mind as nor’easters come ripping down the lake creating magnificent waves and troubled seas.
It’s a winter wonderland!