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Every kind of food you can imagine on a stick. the cheese curds. | 32 Reasons Minnesota Has The Greatest State Fair In The Country

32 Reasons Minnesota Has The Greatest State Fair In The Country

Red Owl grocery stores in the Milwaukee, WI ~ LOL I remember these.. and A P!

Outside Minnesota they may play Duck, Duck, Goose, but at the heart and soul of every Twin Cities childhood is a gray duck.

1986 Santa Bear. I have everyone of them till Daytons went out of business. I believe 1986-2003

Chevrolet Sign ~ White Bear Lake, MN. I remember when they used to paint clothes on the bear. Good memories of White Bear!

The Minnesota loon can be found on most lakes throughout the state. They have the most amazing unique call, so soothing on a cool, summer evening sitting around a campfire!

Loon (Minnesota state bird) and Lady Slipper (Minnesota state flower)

Minnesota Print | Little Paper Planes

Electric Fetus in Minneapolis, Minnesota | 27 Breathtaking Record Stores You Have To Shop At Before You Die

27 Breathtaking Record Stores You Have To Shop At Before You Die

Minneapolis Holidazzle Gotta make the "holidazzle parade" at Christmastime, downtown Minneapolis.

Giant Loon in Vergas, Minnesota. My grandparents used to have a farm at the opposite end of Long lake.

Japanese lantern lighting festival - Como Park, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA (by Dan Anderson)

All you can drink milk booth at the Minnesota State Fair. Just a stop by the old Sweet Martha's Cookies and we're good

Maplewood, MN - Lived here until I was 30. The Winter Carnival Ice Palace was built on a local lake and created a great memory of my childhood.

The old Schmidt brewery, St. Paul, MN. In old Swede Hollow, where new immigrants squatted in old shacks along a stream and worked their way "up onto the street."

Minnesota things...

1. My whole life has been spent in the upper Midwest in Duluth Minnesota. I am no stranger to crazy weather patterns because in Minnesota, the weather can change within a matter of minutes and more often the weather was on the colder side. With that being said, I am a winter person. I love all activities involving snow and cold temperatures and my writing would usually reflect that.

Minnesota Infographic Letterpress Poster by fontlove on Etsy, $21.00

How Much Courage Do You Think This Took? Jack Baker and James Michael McConnell apply for a marriage license in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 18 May 1970. Photo: Minnesota Historical Society.

You shall not pass!