I’m not sure why I expected to get a decent amount of sleep when I spent a week in New York City this past month.
Aaah-Rooooo! This is Nosey Rosey for WTIP coMYOOnitee radio with news from the Gunflint Trail. Bark! Bark!
Parked on our property is a lonely Airstream trailer.
There is evidence that Chippewa people have lived at the Grand Marais Harbor and the surrounding area since the 1500s. The treaty of 1854, also known as the Treaty of LaPointe, opened up the North Shore to white settlement. As part of the treaty the people living at Grand Marais and Chippewa City were deeded plots of land as part of the annuities package.
We have all heard of delayed gratification. Delayed vindication, which is evidence that a decision made long ago turns out to be correct, even commendable, is not often discussed.