Flat Lands of MN

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Welcome! You'd better slow down... if you're not careful, you might get to 10 posts! :P

I hope you're enjoying the site. :)
 
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Welcome! You'd better slow down... if you're not careful, you might get to 10 posts! :P

I hope you're enjoying the site. :)
Amateur skier, professional lurker. But this is post #8, so I'm making progress.
 

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Burnsville High Class of 82, Buck Hill Freestyle Team 79-82.. Buck Hill Ski School 81-82. I definitely miss having night skiing 10 minutes from my driveway. All those hills are fun!
 
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Flatlander? That would be Illinois.

Where all the cool Midwest people hang out.

The area in which I grew up, the central-west area by Fargo, is pretty flat. And boring. Now that I'm down by the Twin Cities, it's a little more hilly.
 
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Being half Dutch - half Minnesotan, I can say with certainty that Minnesota is not flat
I see "Duluth" is your home; no, that's not flat. It's like a bunch of hills all strung together. But get over by Fargo (yes, it's in ND, but it's something people recognize) and it's like a giant grain-covered pancake.
 
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