Water towers are a staple in a small town skyline. They're often the thing noticed before you can even spot the town.
My first thought when this beer hit my taste buds was, "I need to make this into a pie". Not a normal thought process to have, but that's how my brain works.
We are just barely into summer and we have already seen a lot of each other. Lots of trips to the lake during an event-less summer have had us crossing paths more than usual.
The second an abnormally dark cloud rolls into our viewing area we are standing under an open garage door with necks craned to the sky.
There is no better way to spend a hot Saturday afternoon than floating on a sunshine drenched lake in Minnesota.
Every year on the 4th of July, this little community is THE place to be for the most unique parade around.
The area boasts a rich history of battling Native American tribes, religious missions, fur traders, oxcart trains, and even a population of 600 at its height.
The 186 foot bridge was built in 2008 by the town's Lions Club, and since there is no motor vehicle traffic on the trail, guests checking out the bridge can enjoy it at their own pace.
The statue was originally created as a symbol to represent how all we all interconnected, and that is true now more than ever.