The Colors of Fall are upon us. Here are a few of our favorites.
The Minnesota State Fair 2022 kept 1,842,222 of us entertained this year. In case you missed it, or want to see it again, here are a few of our favorite memories. Some Links Worth a Look: To see replays of Live Cam’s from the fair here is the LINK. To see a countdown clock to next years Minnesota State Fair Click Here.
The Trap Shooting Championship were held at the Alexandria Shooting Park from June 13th through June 21st. The nine-day event is the world’s largest clay target shooting event, and featured 7,897 athletes from 329 Minnesota high school teams. It’s estimated that over the 9 day tournament over 25,000 people visited the Shooting Park in Alexandria.
A collection of pictures from St Paul.
Downtown Mankato plays host to art of monumental proportions. Artist Guido van Helten painted the mural on the Ardent Mills silos in 2020. Each Silo is 135 feet tall. One side of the artwork is visible from Hwy 169, but it’s worth a stop to see the entire work. More details can be found on the Mankato City Art Webpage.
Near Lake Mille Lacs you’ll find Katio State Park. Here are a few of our favorite pictures. You may also want to read a more in depth article about the park at our other website – 320FUN.com.
The Murals of Sauk Center is an on going project. Artist Roger Reinardy is responsible for their creation. According to Visit Sauk Centre’s website, Reinardy had a “lifetime career as a commercial artist who designed beautifully artistic counted cross stitch and needlepoint projects. But when he moved home to Sauk Centre, he began to expand his horizons” All of the Murals are within walking distance if you park downtown.
A collection of pictures from Minneapolis.
Minneopa State park is south of Mankato Minnesota.
Railroad tracks that seem to go on forever.
(Minnesota) — While winter comes every year, the results are always a little different. Here are a few of our favorite pictures.
(Minneapolis MN) — We had a chance to capture some fun pictures right after the iconic Cherry returned to Minneapolis. Here are a few of our favorites.