To celebrate one of my favorite days of the year, here are 10 of my favorite Paul Bunyan stops! 1. Paul Bunyan Days 2. Paul Bunyan’s Fishing Bobber 3. Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox in Bemidji 4. Pequot Lakes Paul 5. Paul and Babe at Bentleyville 6. Rapid River Logging Camp 7. Walleye […]
Fall is a good time to explore, not only outdoors, but to stop in to historical places to take the chill off. I chose the Beltrami County History Center in Bemidji. With neo-classical architecture dating back to its construction in 1912, the museum sits in the Great Northern Depot, the last depot built by Railroad […]
Since I was already in Bemidji, it just made sense to drag Ben, the most outdoorsy/lumberjack/one man Alaskan odyssey I know, into all the trendiest, cutest, albeit girliest shops I could find. And Yellow Umbrella didn’t disappoint! Opened in ’09 by a sister in law duo, it’s an up north meets bohemian chic store that […]
When Ben and I decided to head up to Bemidji, 218 Home + Gift was on the top of my list of places to cross off the #mnbucketlist. Sister to Yellow Umbrella (I’ll post about it soon), both shops are off 3rd street, kitty corner from each other. Filled with #mnlove and niceness, 218 Gift […]
What trip to Bemidji would be complete without stopping by to see the most famous mythical lumberjack of all time? My oldest friend in the world, Ben, and I saw Paul Bunyan and his trusty sidekick Babe, the blue ox. Created in 1937, standing 18ft tall, this fridge-shaped Paul is rumored to be the first […]
Saturday lunch at the most tropical, beach-like place we could find, Hurricane Grill in Minnetonka. Not a good place for a vegetarian or vegan, like myself, but if you are a#wings fan, it’s worth a go.