You're going to need a very large stick to break open this gigantic pinata. Just make sure you're out of the way when the candy starts to fall out of the belly or you could be crushed!
September 28, 2012
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Location: Mora, MN 55051, USA
September 26, 2012
Made it to my first football game at the TCF Bank Stadium this past Saturday. The Golden Gophers squared off against the Syracuse Orangemen. The Gophers were victorious by a score of 17-10 and have a 4-0 non-conference record.
Labels: football, gophers, minneapolis, stadiums
September 21, 2012
End Of Summer
Summer 2012 is nearly completed. Let's enjoy this summer sunset and await the return of the warmer weather.
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September 19, 2012
Split Rock Lighthouse
It was put in place in 1910 out of necessity for the shipping industry. With the advent of the GPS, all it's used for today is tours and photo opportunities. Well worth the trip to Two Harbors to hear the history of it.
Labels: lighthouse, two harbors
September 17, 2012
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September 14, 2012
It's All In The Details
Love the tops of this building in downtown Minneapolis. I'm sure the details are often overlooked, but they were quite creative back in the day.
Labels: art, buildings, minneapolis
September 12, 2012
Stone Arch Bridge
I've never photographed the Stone Arch Bridge, but I see many photos of it from the local bloggers. This photo is from a distance and I was in quite a hurry. Here is more info about the bridge:
The Stone Arch Bridge is the only bridge of its kind over the Mississippi River. It is made of native granite and limestone, and measures 2100-feet long by 28-feet wide. The bridge consists of 23 arches, and spans the river below St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis.
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Labels: bridge, minneapolis
September 4, 2012
Indiana Harbor leaving port in Duluth. This cargo ship, for sure, was 1000 feet long. I don't recall what it was hauling, but out it goes onto Lake Superior.
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