Weekend Snaps | All About MJ

As I sat down to write this post and I looked at all my photos from the weekend, it was clear that this weekend was all about MJ … that’s Miss Morgan, our 3-year-old niece.  Oh wait, 3-and-a-HALF, thank you very much! 😉  She spent Friday evening through Sunday morning with us and she was […] Read more…

Munsinger and Clemens Gardens

Teacher Man and I headed up to St. Cloud later this afternoon to celebrate our 18th wedding anniversary a couple of days early. The official day is Monday but we’re both working (Teacher Man is painting and I’ll be in Alexandria and then Melrose for most of the day).  Plus …. a Saturday night celebration […] Read more…

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Garden Walk-About | July

I’ve been away from home for most of the past two weeks but my garden carries on without me. Perhaps a little weedy in spots, but overall, everything is looking pretty good. My zinnias are just starting to bloom (one of my faves!), the hydrangeas are looking lush and gorgeous, the daisy and coneflower are […] Read more…

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Heading West, Part 2

In my previous post, I wrote about the fun we had in the Black Hills, the first stop on our very American family road trip. We continued on to Montana, where we visited the Little Bighorn National Monument, stayed in Billings for the night, and then pushed on to Yellowstone for the day. Little BigHorn […] Read more…

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Heading West!

We’re in the midst of a very American road trip west this week … we just left Keystone, South Dakota and the Black Hills area, where we visited Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park, and Deadwood. Today we’re traveling through part of Wyoming and Montana, with Little Bighorn National Monument, Pompey’s Pillar, and eventually Billings, Montana […] Read more…

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Turkey is Family

Hands down, one of my favorite business trips of the year for Minnesota Turkey is my annual trek to Washington DC in July. My boss and I take a group of our leaders –  mostly farmers and sometimes a student or two  – to our nation’s capitol to participate in the National Turkey Federation Summer […] Read more…

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