Scientists at the University of Minnesota crafted both the very popular Honey Crisp and the relatively new Sweet Tango. While Minnesota may, admittedly, not have the greatest downhill skiing, Minnesotans make the best of what they’ve got.You can find some fantastic cross country skiing trails throughout the entire state, even around the metropolitan areas, like Theodore Wirth Park and Como Park.Minnesotans have a tendency to speak their mind, while saying it in the nicest way possible.
You’ll fit right in with your flannel shirt, oversized non-prescription glasses and opinions of what was cool before it became mainstream.
While Minnesota’s got some fantastic apple orchards that require a visit every fall, this state is also responsible for creating some of its own delicious varieties of the fruit.
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“IMG_0031”by Minnesota State College Student Associationis licensed under CC BY 2.0 Minnesota has festivals and celebrations for pretty anything much you can imagine, all year round.
From the Renaissance Festival & Art Fair in warmer months to the Saint Paul Winter Carnival and Holidazzle parade that take place when the snow hits, you’ll never be bored.We prefer “Minnesota nice.” The two bordering states have long since been touting a “my state is better than your state” attitude, from weather to restaurants and everything in between.Minnesota is full of Wisconsin-born residents, so most Minnesota dwellers fall into two categories: Minnesota Vikings or Green Bay Packers football fans. While Minnesotans may not have a rivalry with our neighbors to the South, they do like to poke fun at those corn-field-loving Iowans.“Lower Prior Lake, Minnesota”by World Island Info.comis licensed under CC BY 2.0 Our license plates, claiming that the state has 10,000 lakes, are modest.Minnesota actually has 11,000 lakes with 90,000 miles of shoreline, more than that of Hawaii, California and Florida combined.You can find one of those cozy coffee shops on almost every corner throughout the Twin-Cities region, and they’re a perfect remedy for when the winter blues start to hit.