Perhaps, the couple in the Rose Garden is wondering what the view will be next June when they get married by the Lake. The Rose Garden will be there but it is not likely the Polish owned Isolda will be in town. She was at anchor off the Duluth piers on July 1st when they were checking out the location. View Map The Islolda came into port later that day to load durum … [Read more...] about “Do you think we should get married here?”
There were a lot of weddings in Duluth on Saturday, all with dreams of bright sunshine, blue sky, and I am sure lots of boat traffic. It is a hopeful sign when two people are starting out their new life together climbing the back stairs of Grandma’s Sports Garden (presumably to the reception) in the rain, and they stop when a stranger yells at them, “Can I take your picture.” And they stop and they are smiling! … [Read more...] about What rain? We just got married!
On Sunday, the Canadian Progress appeared off the Duluth piers in time for the wedding of Brandon and Jessie Pritchard in the Rose Garden. Jessie is from White Bear Lake. Her new husband will soon be returning to Groton, Connecticut where he serves on the USS Hawaii, the Navy’s newest attack submarine. Undoubtedly, crews on the two ships at anchor, the Vancouverborg and the Grigoriy Aleksandrov, watched the festivities. It appears that folks on … [Read more...] about Canadian Progress backdrop for wedding
Like a lot of other people, Krissi (right) and Dan (left) were out yesterday celebrating the nice weather in Duluth, watching the boats go by, and getting married. They don't get a lot of ship traffic in Lake City where they live, so they didn't let a wedding stop them from doing a little boat watching while they were in Duluth. Happily, the Philip R. Clarke joined the party and received a nice greeting from the Lake City couple. They had an … [Read more...] about Krissi and Dan and Philip