As I indicated in the last posting, the flooding of Duluth prevented us from visiting some of its top tourist attractions. And I do realize that that inconvenience for us is a minor issue compared to the destruction which the town has experience in the past twenty-four hours. The Depot was one place we had hoped to visit. It is a renovated 1892 railroad station with four museums containing living exhibits and art galleries. We stopped there to see if it was opened and outside its dooors found an interesting statue, which is pictured below. It is of Albert Woolson, the oldest Union survivor of the Civil War. He was born in 1847 and died in 1956. We soon came to find that not much was opened today, including the Depot.