Greetings from Minnesota!
I'm not sure if it was in the original treaty, but the Chippewas around here have their own automobile license plates. ::: "Walleye, oh Walleye, how art thou? You lure these men toward your waiting waters, you rend them from their livelihoods and homes and make them feed you and play with you. Oh, great Walleye! ::: A typical hay barn, under a typical, beautiful sunset, in southern Minnesota.
May 31 - June 12, 1999
September 17, 1998
But, could I live there? - Let me start off by saying that I love the accents. There is something about the way a Minnesotan girl pronounces the letter "O" as in "Why don't we goo to my place?" that makes it sound soo inviting. Not that one ever said that to me, but that is probably the only reason why I haven't moved here. That and the winters - they're soo coold.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1999, LAKE GEORGE, MINNESOTA
Visit one of the smallest post offices in the United States, with one of the nicest Postmasters you'll ever meet.
ALSO - See beautiful lobby murals painted during the depression.
REPRINT! - Ride on one of the few remaining postal mailboats.
An Untamed Desire
THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1999, DEER RIVER, MINNESOTA
Gil Quaal is wild about food.