Lisa McClintick

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St. Cloud, Minnesota  ·  As a travel writer, photographer, artist and mom, I seek adventurous places and activities that reflect the heritage and beauty of Minnesota and the Midwest.
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Schmidt's Meat Market, Nicollet

Schmidt's Meat Market, Nicollet

Could travel really be the best medicine? | Adventure.com

Could travel really be the best medicine? | Adventure.com

Dutchman’s breech

Dutchman’s breech

Sunny kitchen was recently remodeled

Sunny kitchen was recently remodeled

Lots of free quilt block patterns and templates. Classic, traditional, and modern designs. Simple and easy blocks for beginners. 12 inch, 10 inch and other sizes.

Lots of free quilt block patterns and templates. Classic, traditional, and modern designs. Simple and easy blocks for beginners. 12 inch, 10 inch and other sizes.

Noah's Ark Raja is among the new family attractions at #WisconsinDells this summer and yet another way this town keeps pushing the envelope on #waterpark thrills.

Noah's Ark Raja is among the new family attractions at #WisconsinDells this summer and yet another way this town keeps pushing the envelope on #waterpark thrills.

Feeling spring fever? Chicago’s rooftops are sprouting green with flowers, plants, shrubs and grasses that make this city a national eco-leader when it comes to living roofs.

Feeling spring fever? Chicago’s rooftops are sprouting green with flowers, plants, shrubs and grasses that make this city a national eco-leader when it comes to living roofs.

Humble ingredients—eggs, noodles, cheese, and pork—combine to create glossy, glorious pasta carbonara. It's the no-food-in-the-house dinner of our dreams.

Humble ingredients—eggs, noodles, cheese, and pork—combine to create glossy, glorious pasta carbonara. It's the no-food-in-the-house dinner of our dreams.

Image result for cape cod house shed roof expansion

Image result for cape cod house shed roof expansion

tree of knowledge

Line: The book shelf in the room shows the use of line because the book shelf shelves are built against the wall forming a miniature tree. Our eyes are drawn to look at the book shelf tree from bottom to top and outward to the tree/bookshelf branches.