It was sort of based on my idea of the ideal vacation ... It was very fun and we saw some amazing results. One woman went out and bought a kayak after that. Another bought a bike. One woman was inspired to get weight-loss surgery. People were transformed.
That’s a big part of why we decided to do the daily adventures ... People in Duluth might not want to pay for a hotel or spend a whole week at the camp. But they have a chance to kayak on the lake or bike on the Lakewalk. For many people, that may be something they haven’t done in a long time, or ever.
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