As I was going over what kind of post I wanted to write about today I began thinking about my life now. I’ve moved to a completely new city where I’ll be living during the school year for the next four years. Why not share about it? So this is the first post to a new series that is similar to my Throwback Thursday posts but devoted solely to adventures that I have in the city of Duluth.
I went down to Canal Park with some friends a week ago and here’s what happened:
So our friend Sam drove us down and we were trying to find a place to park and ended up on the other side of the lift bridge just as it was getting raised up. We sat there for around ten minutes before hearing a really loud ship horn. Realizing it was one of the really big boats coming in, me and the two other girls who were in the car with Sam decided we had to go see it. Sam waited in the car.
This side of the bridge was considerably less crowded than the opposite side so we got a great view of the boat.
This is the second time I’ve seen boats like this go into the harbor. My grandpa took my sister and I to Duluth to see some a few summers ago and this boat was a lot smaller compared to the ones that came in that summer. It was still really big though.
After the boat had passed we ran back to the car only to discover that Sam had locked us out. We thought she was going to make us walk back to the other side of the bridge but she ended up letting us back in with little fighting which was nice.
Once we had found a parking space we headed over to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. I got a dark chocolate haystack, which is just coconut covered in dark chocolate. I also got a milk chocolate toffee bar (pictured above) and I can honestly say it was the best toffee I have ever had. The next time I go back I’m definitely getting another one, I’m also going to have to try one of their caramel apples at some point too, they all look amazing.
We spent a lot of time sitting by the lighthouse watching boats going into and coming out of the harbor. It was a really nice day outside and we probably would’ve stayed longer but there were flies that would not leave us alone for anything.
After watching some guys jumping off a half sunken building we decided to walk out onto the rocks to take pictures of some cairns that people had built.
I definitely had a lot of fun with everyone and I can’t wait to have more adventures in Duluth. The next four years have so much in store and I’m definitely looking forward to everything that I’ll get to do.
As Eleanor Roosevelt said, “The purpose of life after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”
Hope you all have a nice day!
See you on Thursday.