Melissa and I had so much fun at “Gold Mine Camp” . We bought a Groupon and spent 3 nights at the resort. This landscape is beautiful and remote. We caught some really nice northern pike with at 36 inches. The cabins are clean and have a stove and fridge and pots and pans.
Gold Mine Camp is located on the 49-mile-long Vermilion River, nestled between two portage “waterfalls,” in the wilderness between Lake Vermilion and Crane Lake. The Vermilion River flows north of the Trout Lake Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and eventually empties into Hudson Bay in Canada.
Gold Mine has access to approximately 17 miles of navigable river system. Gold Mine Camp is a privacy-plus location. People, other than Gold Mine guests, are rarely seen. Private property in this area is limited and public access is difficult.
Gold Mine is the only resort on the last 17 miles of the Vermilion river. This allows anglers the opportunity to relax and fish without interruption. We have about the best Hunting and Fishing experience one could have.
Views:639|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:11Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 These are the traction elevators at the Gateway Parking Ramp in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I’m not sure exactly what brand these are. Likely Dover.
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LIVING WORD LUTHERAN CHURCH
Living Word Lutheran Church was founded out of a deep conviction to the LIVING WORD of God – His Holy Bible. Worship and music are a vital part of Living Word. Contemporary worship and praise songs along with traditional hymns comprise our Sunday morning worship. A strong emphasis is placed on God’s Word in worship, in Bible study, and in daily life. We encourage bringing your Bible to worship, and Bibles are also available for your use.
WE BELONG TO
We belong to God, first and foremost, who bought us with the suffering and death of His only Son, Jesus Christ.
As a congregation, we affiliate ourselves with Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC).
Views:303|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:41Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 This is a Minnesota Elevator Company hydraulic elevator at Hibbing Community College in Hibbing, Minnesota. My camera battery died towards the end so the video was cut a bit short, but still got one full ride. If I ever visit the area again, I will try to get a retake.
Views:14522|Rating:4.67|View Time:3:44Minutes|Likes:14|Dislikes:1 This is one of two Schindler HT hydraulic elevators with HT fixtures at the Sheraton Hotel Parking Ramp in Duluth, Minnesota. This ramp is owned by the City of Duluth.
Views:13752|Rating:4.80|View Time:6:37Minutes|Likes:95|Dislikes:4 Organist Andrew Steinberg explains what it’s like to play the pipe organ at Trinity Lutheran Church. The featured pipe organ is housed at Trinity Lutheran Church in Moorhead MN. It was built by Holtkamp Organ of Cleveland OH, and originally designed by the founder, Walter Holtkamp Sr. It has been expanded since its installation in 1957 to include a total of 2500 pipes.
Production funding provided by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund and by the members of Prairie Public
About the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund
In 2008, Minnesota voters passed a landmark piece of legislation — the Minnesota Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment — which provided funding to public television stations serving audiences in Minnesota. Its mission is to help preserve and document the treasures of culture, history, and heritage that make Minnesota special, and to increase access to the natural and cultural resources we all share.
Views:1091|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:50Minutes|Likes:12|Dislikes:0 The summer of 2014 St. Mary’s School in Morris MN suffered a terrible loss. Water poured down from the roof, damaging all the floors, walls and ceilings. Working with SRM of St. Cloud MN, they were able to repair all the damages and restore the school before it opened in the fall.
Views:3269|Rating:3.89|View Time:1:41Minutes|Likes:7|Dislikes:2 WADENA — It was an emotional roller-coaster ride in the Wadena-Deer Creek School District Monday.
The school district began its day by beginning to demolish the high school that was destroyed in the June 17 tornado as the entire student body watched — to going to the elementary school for a pep fest to celebrate the high school’s volleyball victory in winning the Class 2A state championship.
At the demolition W-DC principal Tyler Church told the students and community members that the school is not about the building, but is about the students, the staff and the community.
“It’s a sad day,” said Church. “A lot of kids have been here for a long time … but we need to move on.”
“This is a very emotional day,” Wayne Wolden, Wadena mayor, said through tears. “My daughter is a senior and she was hoping to graduate here in this gym, but there is hope that they’ll be able to graduate on the football field … Today, this is about closure because seeing the high school the way it is has been a constant reminder about the tornado and the damage it did.”
Church said the new school is expected to open the fall of 2012.
Superintendent Virginia Dahlstrom said the demolition will take five weeks and they hope to break ground by April.
Brainerd Dispatch/Jennifer Stockinger