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Pressroom Podcast: Heating things up with Duluth’s first mobile sauna

No matter how you pronounce it, northern Minnesotans love their saunas. But if you don't have one in your basement or at your cabin then you might be missing out on the Finnish steam bath. Until now.

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Whitney and Kelby Sundquist own Duluth’s new portable sauna, Hiki Hut. (Submitted photo)

No matter how you pronounce it, northern Minnesotans love their saunas. But if you don’t have one in your basement or at your cabin then you might be missing out on the Finnish steam bath. Until now.

 

This week on the podcast we meet Whitney and Kelby Sundquist, who own Duluth’s new portable sauna Hiki Hut. Hear about how their new business works, how they renovated an old ice house, and where you can find them around town.

Tune in every week to hear Duluth News Tribune reporters talk about current Duluth and Northland happenings. You can email us at podcast@duluthnews.com , call our podcast line at 218-382-NEWS or follow us on Facebook. This podcast is produced by Samantha Erkkila.

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Dreamdance Academy students dance during the 2013 Christmas City of the North Parade at the intersection of Railroad Street and South Lake Avenue in Duluth as a light snow fell over the area. (News Tribune file photo)

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