What a great day to be outside, it is in the mid 70’s.
I have started cleaning and getting the museum ready for the season. We do not open until the 23rd of this month but I have so much to learn. I have been placing orders for the gift shop and getting familiar with the new surroundings.
I do have about a 20 minute drive up to the museum, the wildlife I have been seeing has been great. Yesterday I saw a cow moose, fox, deer, snowshoe hare and also a few groundhogs. The loons have been greeting me in the morning with their wonderful song. This year it looks like fishing opener people will be able to use their motorboats instead of ice fishing equipment.
Friday, May 8th Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center will be down in Duluth at the Historic Duluth Depot. Chik-Wauk along with other local history based organization will have on display some interesting pieces from their collections. This event is hosted by The Northland History Coalition it runs from 3 pm to 7 pm, admission is free I hope to see you at the Duluth Depot on Friday.