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August 2012

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Travel Back to the 1800s

This weekend, learn about what life was like during the 19th century and visit two of Minnesota’s significant historical sites.

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Are You Down?

The Franconia Sculpture Park near Taylors Falls makes for a nice stop during any day trip. On September 11, the park dedicates a sculpture dedicated to the Tuskegee airmen.

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Wearing Mud as a Badge of Honor

Climbing, crawling, and running through mud can be a fun and challenging test of grit and fitness.

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Meow: Walker Cat Videos Film Festival

A standing cat will surely get you talking—and visiting one of Minnesota's main landmarks.

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Last Chance: Don't Miss these Exhibits Closing Soon

If you're just arriving in Minnesota, you have a couple more weeks to catch some of summer's best exhibits.

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Whether you are a seasoned Twin Cities traveler or planning your first trip to Minnesota, this blog will introduce you to many new adventures to add to your itinerary. From day trips and scenic discoveries to luxurious girls weekends, travel tips, and insider scoops, our editors will give you all the information you need to enjoy your stay Up North.

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