Happy Earth Day, fellow earthlings! Today is dedicated to educating and inspiring you, me, and everyone in this world to take action towards protecting this planet.
There are simple ways you can be part of #EarthDay today and every day: Continue reading “SAVE THE WORLD WITH 4 EARTH DAY MOVERS & MAKERS”
It’s April and there’s still at least a foot of snow piled up in my yard. Typical. I say that while shaking my head with a smile. “Minnesnowta” lives up to its name as the “bold north.” Look at how many times this state ends up on the list of top coldest places in the U.S.: Continue reading “TEAMING UP FOR A MINNESNOWTAN CAUSE”
I’m currently LOLing over the title of this blog post. I laugh at my own jokes so you don’t have to ;). We are well into the month of March. In the midwest, there’s often a lull this time of year. It’s when melting snow and dirt make a sloppy mess along the roads, aka “snirt.” It’s also when everyone is longing for mother nature to make up her mind about weather — sunny and 50 degrees one day, snowy and 25 degrees the next. Continue reading “I’D TAP THAT… MAPLE TREE”
I’m here to report that the International Eelpout Festival lives up to its name and more. Before I begin — if partying is not your thing, have no fear. This festival is more than just party. Continue reading “I WENT TO EELPOUT FESTIVAL AND IT LIVED UP TO ITS NAME”
Well, it’s finally February. By now, most of us are likely itching for warmer weather, yearning to shed some layers, and escape the indoors where we are shielding ourselves from the bitter cold. But alas, winters in the bold north are predictably unpredictable and there’s a pretty good chance we’ll see snow in April. Continue reading “CURING CABIN FEVER AT LUTSEN MOUNTAINS”
If I can describe this winter in two words, it’s fish bliss. For the last month, the weekends have been packed with ice fishing adventures in the Lil Hotdish. Location: Mille Lacs Lake Continue reading “LIL HOTDISH ON THE ICE ICE BABY”