There are so many small and large details on the Cathedral.
At the entry gate to the J.J. Hill House on Summit Avenue in St. Paul. The picture would probably look better with sunshine and clean snow.
Hill was a railroad executive and he got rich working for the railroad as it expanded and grew. The house is usually photographed from the front, Taking the same picture everyone else takes isn’t much fun.
To learn more about the house, which is open for tours visit the Minnesota Historical Society website.
I don’t know how many people stop at the antique store because of tournaments but I know they are ready for tourney visitors. They have memorabilia from sports teams past.
More snow is on the way.
I always enjoy looking at the winter carnival ice sculptures. This year it has been cold enough and they did not melt right away. . . in fact when I took this picture on Sunday it was below zero not including windchill.