How did you get to Minnesota?
You can get to Minnesota in many different ways. You can fly, drive, arrive by boat, arrive by train and these are four options. If you drive by land from the north you arrive via Canada (Manitoba or Ontario), driving from the US from the south you come in via Iowa, from the west via South or North Dakota and from the east via Wisconsin.
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Actually, the amount of snow kind of depends on WHERE in the stateyou are talking about. The southern parts of the state do not getas much or regular snow cover that the north…ern regions do. Thereis lots of hockey, downtown St. Paul is filled with differentevents and restaurants, and the north is filled with state parksand scenery. The second largest tourist destination in Minnesota is actually acasino. We have several large casinos in the state, and the onemost visited is closed to the largest metro area of Minneapolis/StPaul. The state contains a wide variety of destinations and attractions.In the center of the state a confluence of prairie, hardwood, andbluffland merge to become a mecca for birdwatchers, especiallyduring migration. Northern MN boast many stunning views along the North Shore of LakeSuperior. Duluth is the hub of many conventions during the year anda wonderful vacation spot. Southern MN is host to the world class medical facility, MayoClinic, in Rochester - about 80 miles south of Minneapolis/St.Paul.Visitors can get there from GO Rochester Direct shuttle from theMSP airport. The cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul both boast many worthydestinations. Choose from a number of museums, parks, shopping,lakes and water activities. There is an extensive trail systemwhich makes walking, biking, and skating in these cities a realpleasure. The best way to find what might interest you is to use the ExploreMinnesota website which has a great searchable database ofinformation about destinations and activities in the state.
usa, in the midwest In the United States of America. It is located along the northern border in the center of the country. It borders Canada, and the states of North Dakota, S…outh Dakota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. South of Canada north of Iowa east of North Dakota and west of Wisconsin.
It's in the northern suburbs. Blaine is in anoka county...near Coon Rapids, Fridley, Mounds View, New Brighton, Spring Lake Park and Anoka. how do i know this? It's about 15 t…o 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis/St Paul area.
The name comes from the Dakota Indian (Sioux) word for "whitish" or "clouded water," and refers to the Minnesota River in the southwestern part of the state.
Minnesota is a cold place (in the winters) it can get to about -25 to 25 degrees in the winter but in the summer it is a nice place to go 70 to 90 degrees great weather to be …at one of are 10,000 lakes but be careful the sun in Minnesota last year I burnt my noses skin off from the sun so don't forget to wear sun screen or a winter coat.
If the will has been filed in probate then you can contact the court to obtain a copy. If your brother refuses to file the will for probate then some other family member shoul…d petition the court to be appointed the administrator of the estate as though your mother died without a will. It is likely that your brother would then produce the will. If not, the court should be made aware of his possession of the will and refusal to file it. It is illegal to withhold a will from being probated. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in probate who could review the situation and explain your options.
Minnesota isn't by a ocean and bays are next to a Ocean like Pennsylvania has a bay and Callifornia has one to and New York Maine and so on but Minnesota is more in the middle… of the country
the vikings (football team) its by the great lakes i think
East of South Dakota and North Dakota. North of Iowa. South of Manitoba (Canada). It also is west of Lake Superior and Wisconsin.
It is about 366 miles north of Minneapolis, less than ten miles from the Canadian border at the southwest corner of Lake of the Woods.
When the beavers came.
Yes, Minnesota has several different biomes (e.g. the coniferous forest, deciduous forest, and prairie biome)
No... the Olympics have been held in the US 8 times, 4 winter and 4 summer. Winter: 1932-Lake Placid, NY 1960-Squaw Valley, CA 1980-Lake Placid, NY 2002-Salt Lake City, UT …Summer: 1904-St. Louis, MO 1932-Los Angeles, CA 1984-Los Angeles, CA 1996-Atlanta, GA
Because it's called Minnesota since May 11, 1858 the year when Minnesota was found
Minnesota is a northern state in the USA. The USA is in North America.