We are fielding many calls from people who are looking for Wintergreen outdoor clothing. At this point, we have two fleece jackets in red XL, a couple of XC ski jackets and windshirts. We also have some pants and a few kids’ articles and some hats and a pair of plunge mitts, but that is about it.
It is hard to replace an iconic brand like Wintergreen. It was a product of the northland made by Ely craftsmen and women with US-sourced materials. That is hard to find. Hopefully, somehow, someday they will return.
Meanwhile, we do have substitutes using the latest technology and materials. We have men’s and women’s fleece by companies like RAB, Mountain Hardware and Marmot. All of these companies also make shells, like the RAB Stretch Neo and Marmot Conness. We also have a really attractive Mountain Hardwear Monkey jacket that works as a nice alternative to Wintergreen’s fleece for women. We are experiencing shortages on some of these products, as folks are substituting them for the Wintergreen products and it is hard to find inventory in season. To give you an idea of how that is done, we are placing orders today for next winter, not this winter.
If you can’t find what you are looking for, we will do our best to special order whatever you need. For a small shipping fee, we can ship most anywhere.
And don’t worry–we won’t leave you out in the cold! If you can’t find a jacket or pants to keep you warm, we rent Wintergreen anorak shells, fleece and pants to use on all of your winter adventures here in northern Minnesota.
I’m happy there is snow and this much of it already this winter. As I have always said, “If it’s going to be cold then we may as well have snow so we can enjoy ourselves.” And enjoying the snow is what the people who live in Cook County Minnesota do best.
Winter recreation is what we do in Cook County. Lutsen Ski Hill is loving the snow and the cold temperatures so they can make more snow. The sound of snowmobiles can be heard buzzing around in this distance. Cross-country ski groomers are out preparing the trails and ice anglers are itching to get out onto the lakes.
If you’re looking for a place where you can enjoy winter, then come see us on the Gunflint Trail!
Sugarbush Trail Update
All trails around the Oberg and Britton trail heads have been rolled except
for Summit View and Tofte Ski Down. Moose Fence has not been touched yet.
Groomers are planning to groom and set tracks sometime tomorrow. (Friday)
DNR NEWS – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Best start to winter recreation season since 2010
Anyone eager to get out cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling will find an abundance of opportunities at many Minnesota state parks and trails, thanks to this week’s heavy snowfall.
“The recent heavy snowfall and the forecast for sustained cold temperatures offers prospects of substantial, enduring snow cover deep into the month,” said Greg Spoden, state climatologist at the Department of Natural Resources. “It will be the best start to the winter recreation season since 2010.”
Staff from the DNR’s Parks and Trails Division and local clubs will be busy grooming trails in preparation for the upcoming weekend, but the DNR advises prospective park and trail visitors to check the website for trip planning tips before heading out to a winter recreation destination.
Snow depth and trail conditions are updated every Thursday after 2 p.m. throughout the winter months at www.mndnr.gov/snow.
The DNR recommends anyone heading out on the ice should: carry a set of ice picks, check with a local bait shop or resort – ask about ice conditions – and measure the ice.
The DNR clear ice thickness recommendations are:
4 inches for walking.
5 inches for a snowmobile or ATV.
8-12 inches for a car.
12-15 inches for a medium-sized truck.
When the temperature rises above freezing for six of the last 24 hours, double the recommended minimum thickness. And remember, if it stays above freezing for 24 hours or more, stay off the ice – it is not safe.
For more information, visit www.dnr.state.mn.us/safety/ice/thickness.html.
Let your voice be heard and let the BWCA be safe.
USDA Forest Service
Superior National Forest
December 6, 2013
Contact: Kris Reichenbach 218-626-4393
Agencies Invite Public Review and Comment on NorthMet Project and Land Exchange
Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement
December 6, Duluth, MN - The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MDNR), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) invite interested organizations and individuals to review and comment on the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the NorthMet Mining Project and Land Exchange (SDEIS). The SDEIS describes the anticipated environmental and socioeconomic impacts of a proposed open pit copper, nickel, cobalt and precious metals mine near the cities of Hoyt Lakes and Babbitt in northeastern Minnesota. A proposed land exchange between PolyMet, Inc. and the USFS is included in the analysis as a connected action. The SDEIS is posted on the MDNR’s website at: www.mndnr.gov/polymet
The federal public comment period for the SDEIS will begin after Notice of Availability is published in the Federal Register on December 13, 2013 and end March 13, 2014 at 4:30 PM CT. Comments should address the accuracy and completeness of information presented in the SDEIS. Comments may be submitted by email, hard copy, or verbally at public meetings. To encourage thoughtful and thorough public review, the agencies are providing a lengthy review period. There will be three public meetings at different locations in Minnesota to provide information, answer questions, and gather verbal and written public comments on the SDEIS.
Each of the following public events will begin with an open house at 5 p.m. followed by formal presentation and public comment period from 6:45 to 10 p.m.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
DECC – Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, 350 Harbor Dr, Duluth, MN 55802,
This meeting will also serve as the public hearing for the USACE 404 (Clean Water Act) Permit.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Mesabi East High School, 601 N 1st St W, Aurora, MN 55705, http://www.mesabieast.k12.mn.us/
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Saint Paul River Centre, 175 West Kellogg Blvd, Saint Paul, MN 55102, http://www.rivercentre.org/
In case of a weather-related postponement of one or more of the public meetings, the MDNR will make a public announcement. Alternate dates and locations are posted on the MDNR project website at: www.mndnr.gov/polymet
The next step in the environmental review will be a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS). The FEIS will support: 1.) mining-related decisions including the MDNR permit to mine, USACE wetlands permit, and MPCA water and air quality permits and 2.) a separate decision by the USFS regarding the proposed land exchange.
The environmental review is not permitting. No decisions regarding permits can or will be made until after completion of the final environmental review document. The USFS decision regarding the proposed land exchange will be based on whether the exchange serves the public interest and whether it supports the direction and guidance of the Forest Plan. The USFS manages national forests for multiple uses. The Forest Plan for the Superior National Forest provides direction to ensure that mineral resources are developed in an environmentally sound manner
An earlier Draft EIS for the proposed NorthMet project was released by the MDNR and USACE in September 2009. In 2010, the Superior National Forest was invited, and agreed, to join as a co-lead in the NorthMet EIS process with the proposed land exchange between Polymet and the Forest Service analyzed as a connected action. Subsequently, the co-lead agencies decided to produce a supplemental DEIS.
The public can review and comment on the SDEIS on the DNR website at www.mndnr.gov/polymet. The website also includes an executive summary, and a series of fact sheets and documents designed to help the public understand the proposed project.
The SDEIS is a detailed and lengthy document, approximately 2,200 pages in total. Due to the cost of printing, there is a limited supply of hardcopy versions of the SDEIS. The summary, DVD containing the full version of the SDEIS, or hardcopy SDEIS may be requested by calling the MDNR at 651-259-5110.
Public review copies of the SDEIS are available at: the MDNR Library, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul; the MDNR Regional Office at 1201 East Highway 2, Grand Rapids; the MDNR-Division of Lands and Minerals Regional Office at 1525 Third Avenue East, Hibbing; the Hoyt Lakes Public Library at 206 Kennedy Memorial Drive, Hoyt Lakes; the Babbitt Public Library at 71 South Drive, Babbitt; the Duluth Public Library, 520 West Superior Street, Duluth; and the Minneapolis Public Library, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis.
Happy, Happy, Happy! That describes the mood of the kids when school went from being 2 hours late to cancelled for the day. They didn’t even complain when they had to shovel. There’s less snow at the end of the Gunflint Trail than along the shore but there’s a good foot to a foot and a half of the white stuff on the ground. Some areas like near Silver Bay where Josh plays hockey received over 30″ of snow. The plows have been very busy the past few days.
The forecast isn’t calling for much snow over the weekend but the temperature is going to plummet. We may only see a high of 0 degrees Farenheit tomorrow and a low of -13 degrees. That combined with the wind chill will make for a very winter like weekend in the northwoods.Northern Cook / Northern Lake, Southern Cook / North Shore, Cook County Wind Chill Advisory issued December 05 at 8:26PM CST until December 06 at 9:00AM CST by NWS Duluth
Issued: Thursday, Dec 05 at 08:26 pm
Expires: Friday, Dec 06 at 09:00 am
…COLDEST AIR OF THE WINTER SEASON SO FAR INTO THIS WEEKEND…
.COLD ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL REMAIN IN CONTROL OF THE WEATHER
ACROSS THE NORTHLAND THROUGH THIS WEEKEND…BRINGING THE COLDEST
AIR OF THE NEW WINTER SEASON THUS FAR…ALONG WITH VERY COLD WIND
CHILL READINGS TONIGHT AND FRIDAY MORNING.
…WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM CST FRIDAY…
* TEMPERATURES…GENERALLY IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS BELOW
ZERO OVERNIGHT AND FRIDAY MORNING.
* WINDS…WEST FROM 10 TO 15 MPH…WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 20 MPH IN
OPEN OR EXPOSED AREAS…AND ON HIGHER TERRAIN.
* WIND CHILL READINGS…AS COLD AS 25 BELOW TO 30 BELOW AFTER
MIDNIGHT TONIGHT THROUGH MID MORNING FRIDAY. COLDEST VALUES OVER
* FROSTBITE TIME…25 TO 30 MINUTES ON ANY EXPOSED SKIN.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY MEANS THAT VERY COLD AIR AND STRONG WINDS WILL COMBINE TO GENERATE LOW WIND CHILL READINGS. THIS COULD LEAD TO HYPOTHERMIA AND EVENTUALLY FROSTBITE IF PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT TAKEN. IF YOU MUST VENTURE OUTDOORS…MAKE SURE YOU WEAR A HAT AND GLOVES TO NEGATE THE EFFECTS OF THE WIND.. BE SURE PETS LIMIT OUTDOOR TIME OR ARE GIVEN ADEQUATE OUTDOOR SHELTER FROM THE WIND.
- Begin a pushup position but with your elbows on the ground and resting on your forearms. Your arms should be bent at a 90 degree angle.
- Arch your back slightly out rather than keeping your back completely straight.
- Raise your glutes toward the ceiling, squeezing your abs tightly to close the distance between your ribcage and hips. The end result will be that youâ€™ll end up in a high bridge position. Exhale as you perform this portion of the movement.
- Lower back down slowly to your starting position as you breathe in. Tip: Don’t let your back sag downwards.
- Repeat for the recommended amount of repetitions.
THIS WEEK’S CHALLENGE: Do five sets of 1-15 butt ups with 60-90 seconds rest in-between. Just like any muscle, be sure to take a day off in-between doing this exercise! Also, be sure to warm up properly and cool-down and stretch after.
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Lots of fun stuff happening this weekend. And, if the weather cooperates, you should be able to appear at every one.
First up are two Sneak Peak Previews on Friday night: The Holiday Art Underground show at Betsy Bowen’s Studio Gallery and the Holiday Boutique at The Garage.
The Underground Show, which will feature work by more than 20 local and regional artists including paintings, fiber art, glass, woodcut prints, pottery, photographs and more, opens with a sneak preview on Friday, Dec. 6 from 5-8 p.m.
The show continues through December with the Studio Gallery open Thursday through Saturday, from 11-4 p.m. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. the first Saturday of the show, Dec. 7.
Also on Friday, there will be sneak preview of the Holiday Boutique at The Garage from 5-9 p.m. featuring the work of fiber artists Kim Knutson, Susan Goodell and Linda Bauer. The show includes silk and knit wearables, handmade ornaments and thread paintings. The show continues on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday is really busy.
kicks off with the the Northwoods Fiber Guild Holiday Sale and Open House at the Grand Marais Art Colony from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Plan to arrive as doors open — it’s one of the season’s most anticipated events featuring high quality handmade fiber articles, clothes and gifts crafted by members of the Fiber Guild. Mittens, baskets, cards, jewelry, scarves, rugs, sweaters, hats and more as well as a great selection of handmade ornaments will all be available.
Homemade holiday sweets are also available as well as spinning & weaving demonstrations and a crafts table for some hands-on learning. All invited. Free.
Also in Grand Marais on Saturday, the Evangelical Free Church will hold its annual Christmas Craft & Bake Sale from 10 a.m. to 3p.m. with lots of crafts. Lunch will be sold from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
North House Folk School will hold a Bookstore Open House with a storewide sale and tasty treats from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, too. Lindy Lind will give a craft demonstration about wooden folk toys at 10 p.m. and Elise Kyllo will be felting from 3-5 p.m. You can join Elise and felt your own ornament for $10. Sign up at North House. For more info, call 387-9672.
In the West End, this is Tofte Merchants Open House weekend, with refreshments served everywhere. There will be carolers and Santa, a Holiday High Tea at Waves of Superior Cafe, weaving demonstrations at Tall Tale Yarn Shop, full service with gas purchase at the Holiday Station, jewelry making demonstrations at the Bluefin Gift Shop and more.
And snowboarding festival, Jib & Jam Rail Jam, will be held at Lutsen Mountains on Saturday. Transworld Snowboarding will debut its new film “National” at 4:30 p.m. at Papa Charlie’s. To see a preview of the movie, click here. And DJ Abilities of Rymesayers will spin the tunes at 9:30 p.m.
In the East End, the Grand Portage Christmas Crafts Fair will be held at the Grand Portage Lodge & Casino Conference Room from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The crafts fair will feature Ojibwe beadwork, jewelry, clothing, holiday decorations, candies and jams as well as baked goods. All invited.
On Sunday, a Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Fundraiser to benefit Care Partners will be held at Magnetic North Farm, 122 Caspers Hill Rd., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It will also be held on Sunday, Dec. 15. Care Partners supports those on the journey of aging and serious illness. For more information, call 287-3788.
Care Partners is also sponsoring the 5th annual “Light Up a Life” tree lighting ceremony at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 5, at the main entrance to the Sawtooth Mountain Clinic and North Shore Hospital. Each donation lights one bulb on the Memory Tree. Fr. Seamus Walsh will speak. Refreshments will be served.
There’s some wonderful music, too.
This is the weekend for the Borealis Chorale and Orchestra’s Annual Community Christmas Concert at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. They will perform at 7 p.m. on Sunday and Monday nights.
The concert will include music from Handel’s Messiah (Christmas portion) and will feature visiting soloists singing arias and recitatives, a 90-piece choir, and a 20-piece orchestra. The choir will also sing carols, some accompanied by the orchestra (“Shepherd’s Pipe Carol” by John Rutter, “Beautiful Savior,” and others). Accomplished composer, director, and musician Bill Beckstrand directs.
The chorale and orchestra was out on the streets last Saturday and performed a Flash Mob concert at the Lake Superior Trading Post. Here’s a great video of that performance and a preview of the glorious music that will be performed at these Christmas concerts. Click here to see.
Other music of note this weekend includes The Spruce Roots, with Eric and Jessa Frost, Jim Elverhoy, Travis Wickwire, Bill Hansen and Bump Blomberg, who will perform at the Gunflint Tavern on Friday night.
On Saturday, the Barley Jacks, with fiddler Brian Wicklund, Joe Cruz (guitar), Kevin Rowe (bass) and Joel Arpin (percussion), play the Tavern at 8:30 p.m.
Also on Saturday night, the Cook County Snowmobile Club will hold its annual Kick-Off Party at the American Legion.
In other art news, Timothy Young has new work at Sivertson Gallery.
A call has gone out to artists to submit proposals for the Ojibwe Heritage Murals Project.
The project commemorates the people of Grand Portage, Ojibwe handicrafts at Grand Portage, and Gichi Onigamiing, the great carrying place. The project is a partnership between the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and the Grand Portage National Monument.
One artist will be chosen to create two murals for permanent exhibit in the Grand Portage Heritage Center’s Cultural Demonstration Gallery at the Monument.
The call is open to all artists. Preference will be given to Minnesota Chippewa Tribe and Grand Portage Band members. Artist’s proposals must be received by Jan. 31, 2014. For more information and.or to obtain an artist’s packet, click here or contact project coordinator Beth Drost at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Painter Brian Stewart awarded plein air painter Neil Sherman a Merit Award at the “Extremely Minnesota” show at the Robbin Gallery in Robinsdale. The show is up through Dec. 14.
Also, Sherman, along with Joshua Cunningham and Richard Abraham will be exhibiting new paintings at the Grand Hill Gallery in St. Paul Dec. 5 through January. The show is entitled ” Three On the Road.”
Drury Lane Books has just received a number of new books including the Booker Prize Winner, “The Luminaries” Eleanor Catton.
Thomas J Spence is exhibiting his photographs at the Coho Cafe through mid-January.
Great Gifts of Lutsen has new cards by Terry DeNatale as well as sterling silver charms, including one of Lake Superior, by Penny Larsen.
Birchbark Books has just received a number of children’s Christmas books, including “The Christmas Wish” by Lori Everett with photography by Per Breiehagen and “Stranger in the Woods” by Carl R. Samms and Jean Stoick.
Threads has new pottery by Tara Block, including her exquisite tea cups as well as her tea cup ornaments, handfelted skirts and hats by Meg Corcoran and hand-painted dishes by Stephanie Mitchell.
Sivertson Gallery has a wide variety of handmade ornaments — felted, crystal and foxy.
Here’s the music schedule for this weekend:
Thursday, Dec. 5:
Joe Paulik, Gunflint Tavern, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 6:
The Spruce Roots, Gunflint Tavern, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 7:
The Barley Jacks, Gunflint Tavern, 8:30 p.m.
DJ Abilities of Rhymesayers, Papa Charlie’s, Lutsen Mountains, 9:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. Dec. 8
Borealis Chorale and Orchestra Annual Community Christmas Concert, Bethlehem Ltheran Church, 7 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 9:
Borealis Chorale and Orchestra Annual Community Christmas Concert, Bethlehem Ltheran Church, 7 p.m.
We found some wonderful photos this week. Let’s start with some of the great animal shots.
First up is a photo and video of otters on the river below the High Falls at the Grand Portage State Park by Travis Novitsky
We found other animal photos, too, this week. Here’s a shot of a bald eagle by David Johnson. I love how we can see its talons carefully tucked under its tail in this photo.
Here’s another wonderful photo…a feeding frenzy of Evening Grosbeaks by Kathy Gray-Anderson.
Michael Furtman crafted this composite of a rough-legged hawk on the hunt from a series of shots he took. He said the grass was too thick to tell whether the hawk got its prey.
Doug Heimstad captured this photo of a lynx in recently.
And here’s a rather gorgeous shot of a doe by Ken Huplia.
Here’s a romantic shot by Stephan Hoglund.
And here’s a wonderful shot by Thomas Spence taken after the first big snow and before the storm.
And, finally, here’s a storm shot of the Split Rock Lighthouse by Paul Sundberg. We’re sure to see a lot more photos in a few days. Stay tuned. Meanwhile, enjoy this image!
Have a good weekend, everyone! Winter is here!
Arrowhead Cooperative would like to announce recent changes in our Board of Directors.
Best wishes to Lou Terrizzi who resigned from the Board for a long-awaited move to Duluth with his family. Lou represented District 2, the Colvill area, from 2006 until his resignation in October 2013.
Welcome to Sharon Bloomquist who was appointed by the Board of Directors in November to complete the duration of the District 2 term, which will open for election again in 2015. Sharon is a returning Director who has previously served on the Arrowhead Board.
Director election terms last three years, and up to four terms may be served. Districts alternate election years, and elections are held for different districts three out of every four years in the rotation. Contrary to popular belief, Arrowhead Cooperative members may vote for a Director candidate for any district in an election year, not just the district within which the member resides. Director candidates, however, must reside in the district they represent.
For more information regarding Arrowhead Cooperative’s Board of Directors, or to see a list of all current Directors, view our Board of Directors page.
12/4/13 - Just a quick update. There is a major winter storm going on in northeastern Minnesota, but we seem to be just outside of the heavy snow fall. We've received about a foot of snow so far and it's supposed to continue all night tonight.
Nearby Two Harbors already has nearly 30" with more on the way. Here it has been a nice dry, fluffy powder, creating a winter wonderland at just the right time of the season. - Bill
Yesterday the kids had their first snow day of the year. With the forecast calling for 8-30″ of more white stuff they might see another snow day this week!
Published December 04, 2013, 01:23 PMNorthland to see heavy snow in afternoon, evening
UPDATE: North of Two Harbors reportedly is approaching 40 inches since Monday.
By: John Myers, Duluth News Tribune
The storm that wouldn’t end is far from over.
The National Weather Service in Duluth this afternoon is forecasting snow to fall at an inch or more per hour in Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin into this evening, adding another 8 to 12 inches of additional snow by the time the storm moves out of the region early Thursday.
The highest snowfall will occur along the Interstate 35 corridor through the Twin Ports and up the North Shore.
Three-day storm snowfall totals generally ranged from 8 to 20 inches across the region by noon today, with 10 to nearly 20 inches common in Duluth.
The Weather Service says final storm totals will range from 12 to near 40 inches by Thursday. But one report north of Two Harbors was at 39 inches by 1 p.m. with no end to the snow in sight.
When the snow subsides sometime Thursday, bitter cold is expected to rapidly move into the region, sending temperatures below zero and wind-chill levels into the dangerous range. The low temperature Friday morning will drop into the teens below zero with wind-chill values to 30 below.
A winter-storm warning remains in effect until 6 a.m. Thursday for the entire region and travel conditions are rapidly deteriorating with heavy snow falling and gusty winds causing drifting and glazed roadways.
Nearly all schools, universities and many businesses have closed for the day in the Duluth area. Nearly all meetings and events have been canceled for this evening.
The city of Duluth has suggested no unnecessary travel, and it issued a warning about ice and clumps of snow falling off the Aerial Lift Bridge due to gusts of wind.
The Minnesota State Patrol reports 175 crashes since Monday, statewide, and nearly 20 vehicles that had run off the road.
“We don’t get three-day snowfalls very often — every few years. Even for the North Shore and Duluth, for a storm to hit 30 inches, that’s pretty unusual,” Carol Christenson, warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Duluth, said. “For us to even forecast snow totals like this, it goes against the averages.”
Kelly Fleissner, who leads Duluth’s snowplowing efforts for more than 400 miles of city streets, said city crews worked 16-hour shifts during the height of the storm Monday night and Tuesday. He said they will hope for an eight-hour break overnight before they come back out in full force before dawn Thursday.
“We had so much snow that we had to stay on the main roads all night into Tuesday morning. So we were late getting into the residential streets. I know it’s been tough for people just to get out of their neighborhoods. But, please, be patient,” Fleissner said. “We’ll have them back out early Thursday. Unfortunately it may be several days before we get to everyone’s street, especially the alleys.”
Even with plows going full tilt, in some cases, the roads were too sodden for those Northlanders who dared venture out. It took Gunnar Johnson an hour to get out of his driveway Tuesday morning in rural Duluth. He lives in the area north of Duluth that reported one of the highest overnight snow totals, 18 inches and counting in Normanna Township.
“It was not what I expected,” Johnson said of the wet kiss of snow that packed down under the weight of his car and created tire lanes of ice.
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