The deep freeze is on in Minnesota.
Minnesota’s new statewide winter scavenger hunt is off to a quick start. Explore Minnesota is showcasing 10 destinations throughout the state where people can enjoy some winter fun.They range from Lutsen and Grand Portage in the Northeast corner of the state to Pipestone National Monument in the Southwest corner.
When the snow falls and the temperature drops, we all grumble a bit. But as a whole, Minnesotans embrace the winter weather, and now there’s a statewide scavenger hunt to encourage it.
Tribal lands will be off limits to wolf hunters when Minnesota’s wolf season opens Saturday.
The Tribal Councils of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa and the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa have decided not to open their land to wolf hunting during the State season which begins November 3.
Any state park that has a waterfall — weaving, tumbling and spilling its way over rugged cliffs — will draw that many more visitors.
Minnesota has two equally beautiful, but distinctly different National Monuments, located at complete opposite ends of the state. This week, I’ll look at one, and then when I return after July 4th, I’ll take a look at the other. Visiting each of the Monuments last year was definitely among my travel highlights.