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Sherburne County Fair 2016

Sherburne County Fair 2016

St. Paul Minnesota - State Fair Sculptor Linda Christenson

Paul Minnesota - State Fair butter Sculpture of the Dairy Princess by Linda Christenson

32 Reasons Minnesota has the Greatest State Fair in the Country!

32 Reasons Minnesota Has The Greatest State Fair In The Country

I know this isn't North Shore-related, but I can't think of much more Minnesotan than the State Fair (and Sweet Martha's cookies.) 32 Reasons Minnesota has the Greatest State Fair in the Country!

Zumbrota Covered Bridge - the only remaining covered bridge in Minnesota

Zumbrota Covered Bridge, Zumbrota, Minnesota, the only remaining covered bridge in the state. Built 1869 at 35 metres long. It is now in Covered Bridge Park, not it's original location.

Hennepin County Library - Minneapolis Photo Collection

Hennepin County Library - Minneapolis Photo Collection

Minnesota Icons:  the Hamm’s beer bear, Paul Bunyan, the Pillsbury doughboy & the Minnesota State Fair’s gopher mascot, Fairchild.

Minnesota Icons: Hamm’s Beer Bear, Paul Bunyan, Pillsbury Doughboy, Minnesota State Fair Mascot Gopher - Fairchild

Herbert Sellner of Faribault, Minnesota invented the Tilt-A-Whirl in 1926. He built the first fourteen rides in his basement and yard. A year later, in 1927, he opened Sellner Manufacturing and the Tilt-A-Whirl made its debut at the Minnesota State Fair. (History By Zim)

Herbert Sellner of Faribault, Minnesota invented the Tilt-A-Whirl in He built the first fourteen rides in his basement and yard. A year later, in he opened Sellner Manufacturing and the Tilt-A-Whirl made its debut at the Minnesota State Fair.

The Nankin restaurant on Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis.

The Nankin on Hennepin Auntie Mugs took me there.

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