I’m still alive

So, I completely gutted my blog and started over, except I never really got started again. This initially began as a travel blog. There was going to be talk of places, people, food and beer. But it spiraled out of control into a full fledged beer blog, until it turned into an emo/beer blog, and that’s when things needed to changed. And boy did they. I deleted all my beer reviews, and even all the travel stuff I had, and for sure all the emo crap. All of it, really. Gone.

So, my last post was in January. And now it’s November. So much has changed…not really, nothing has changed (not that you would know, since I got rid of all that old shit). But..
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What’s going to change. MNTraveler is going to be about Minnesota travel. Minnesota food. Minnesota beer. Minnesota! No one cares. Do they? Does anybody come here? I think that’s another post. Anyway, MNTraveler is going to be all about Minnesota. For better or for worse. Minnesota in all its awesome summer glory and all its dreary horrid winter. Minnesota in its burgeoning micro beer taproom awesomeness and all its tasty new restaurants. So, stick around. Things are about to get all Minnesota-y.

PS All the other not so Minnesota stuff is going to go to another site with my fantastical girlfriend. More on that later.

Just a quick one

I don’t have a lot to say. Today was really snowy and pretty cold out. I had some decent beers today. I had an Indeed Stir Crazy. I thought it would be perfect for a cold and crappy day like today, but it proved to be more than what I was looking for. Later I had a Tallgrass 8 Bit and then a Tallgrass Ethos. Both are tasty beers I’ve had before. It’s getting close to bed time. I just wanted to add a quick post (mostly to test this new theme out).

Niters

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Damn It’s Cold

This has been one of the coldest/snowiest winters here in Minnesota that I can remember. Yesterday it got up into the 20s and it felt nice. It sucks when 20 degrees is warm. Anyway, our next trip is pretty much booked. In less than two months we’ll be hanging in some Southern U.S. cities and having fun. I can’t wait! But for now it’s back to working on the look of mntraveler.com and turning the heat up.

See ya soon.