I love autumn. I think it’s my favorite season. Autumn reminds me of hunting season, football season, and the Twin Cities Marathon season. It’s also almost perfect weather-wise. The air is crisp in the morning, warm by midday then chilled and still by evening. But one thing I love more than all of the above, one thing that makes me happy to live in this state above all else, the changing colors of the trees.
Is there anything better than a stack of pancakes topped with maple syrup?
Anyone who has lived in the Minnesota metro area knows how busy city life moves. Congestion on I-35 and 94 never seem to break and just when you think you’ve left the insanity of the cities, you find yourself fighting the crowd running to and from the Minneapolis-St Paul (or MSP for you, locals) airport. Tucked quietly away just 2 minutes from MSP, however, lies the Fort Snelling State Park where locals and tourists alike can, “get away from it all,” without actually being too far from it all.