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Hello and welcome to the North Shore! First-time and return visitors will find it helpful to look over the Covid-19 page to find out what to expect for travel on the North Shore this season.

**Tip – Missing the North Shore? Support a local business and get yourself a souvenir

Understandably all kinds of events have been cancelled. I’ve added some new natural events for you to try out on your next trip. On the Events page, choose advanced search, pick ‘Natural’ under categories, then click the search icon.

Get updates, photos, & recommendations in my monthly e-Newsletter!

Here are some wonderful places to stay . . .

a note from nina

January

Welcome 2021, I have been waiting for you! With above-average temps, I have been out cross country skiing, downhill skiing and snowshoeing. Dinner has included fresh trout from my husband’s ice fishing expeditions.

That’s mostly what’s going on along the shore – getting out and playing in the woods. The shore is pretty in white; a monochrome landscape except on sunny days when we can’t take out eyes off the sky and the big lake. But we need more snow and will most likely get it. I update Snow Conditions every Thursday and after big snowfalls, so check back often.

Businesses continue to adapt and change hours. Starting January 11 many restaurants will follow the governor’s mandate and open to limited indoor seating capacity. Hours and menus are in flux, so plan accordingly.

Get outside and play!

– Nina

 

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