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How far from Duluth

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bigyooper

How long is it to Waskish from Duluth, assuming I don't stop at Glenn’s or the Liquor warehouse?

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CAJ

I think you are looking at 140 to 150 miles. It is about 70 to Grand Rapids, and about 75 to Waskish. CAJ

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bigyooper

I wonder why Mapquest says it's like 4 hours?

is there a bunch of little towns to go through?

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minimite

last friday i believe it took me less than 2 and half hours from cloquet. and no theres not a bunch of little towns to drive thru, its a pretty quick drive. p.s. beware of the trooper on 46 hangin out between squaw lake and deer river shocked.gif

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Pikester

That trooper must sit there often, I think I have seen him about 5 times now.

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minimite

if you get to meet him tongue.gif (which i did on last sunday), he's probably the nicest officer i've ever come acrossed. we were pulled over for less than five minutes. all he did was run my license and told us to have a safe trip smile.gifgrin.gif

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NewMNIceFisher

Just about exactly 3 hr from the M H Mall in Dlth to Hillmans on dry roads. Sounds like this might be a good wkend for URL.

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