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Don’t worry, this tree hasn’t started growing yarn. The fiber artists of Yarn Harbor in Lakeside placed their freshly dyed yarn bundles on the tree to dry last Saturday afternoon. Theresa Hornstein taught a class about how to dye yarn with natural items such as flowers, bark, bugs, plants and more. (Photo by Teri Cadeau)
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Sailboats at a Wednesday race as viewed from the Canal Park waterfront in July. The Duluth Yacht Club races will continue until the second week in September. The Duluth Yacht Club's motto is "Sail a real lake." To learn more visit duluthyachtclub.org (Photo by Trudy Vrieze/ vriezphotography.com)
'Sailing a real lake'
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Orb web with a dew cover. Note the threads that make up the spokes and spiral. The spider is hiding in a retreat of leaves above the web. (Photo by Larry Weber)
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Photos: Aug. 16 issue
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Inside Duluth Budgeteer

Sailboats pass under the Aerial Lift Bridge to enter the race on July 22. (Photo by Trudy Vrieze, vriezephotography.com), Anna Jones, 16, and her father, Derron Jones, race sailboats together on Wednesday nights. (Photo submitted), The boat Anna Jones sails on, Kixx, on Lake Superior at sunset. (Photo by Anna Jones), Each Wednesday evening in the summer, sailboats can be seen gliding across Lake Superior in the weekly races. (File photo by Naomi Yaeger), Sailboats during the race on July 22. (Photo by Trudy Vrieze)

On Wednesday evenings, Lake Superior becomes speckled with sailboats of all shapes and sizes, racing in Duluth's summertime nautical competitions. Most of these boats are crewed by adults, many of ...

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