MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – On another chilly morning in Duluth, as the clouds roll in and the city wakes up, John Shuster is hoping his 8-month-old son Luke is ready for some sleep.
“Every day … I toss him in the car seat and head down to the (curling) club,” Shuster said. “And hope he has a long nap.”
That’s when the stay-at-home dad walks into his second home. His sanctuary.
“There’s church, and this is like Church 1A for me,” he said.
Usually the first person in the building, Shuster turns on the lights and then gets to work on his own dreams, for as long as his little companion will allow.
“Some days I get 15 rocks in, and some days he naps long enough for me to throw 50 or 75,” he said.
Shuster has honed his skill over and over and over again over the last four…
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