Fall is my favorite
- Nicole Johnson
- • Human Resources
Fall is my favorite; the colors are so beautiful. Hot cider, apple orchards, pumpkin patches, jumping in leaves and of course football. What’s not to love?
Late Spring, early Summer
- Julie Brown
- • AVP, Communications
St. Paul, MN
Late spring, early summer, hands down. There is nothing like the exhilaration of the explosion of lilacs, tulips and apple blossoms. They bring with them hope, beauty and the most incredible fragrances. Each season has its own glory, to be sure, but springtime makes my heart soar. (I’m already getting excited for its arrival next year!)
I love that we don’t have just four seasons
- Julia Silvis
- • Consultant
I love that we don’t have just four seasons. We have like, eight. Mid-summer feels different from early summer, which feels different than late spring. There’s always something new to see when you go out. And my absolute favorite season is probably early/mid-winter, when there are still lots of snow for cross-country skiing and ice-skating. I love fall, too, when the colors change, and you can’t argue with a July day on the lake, or with the first new leaves in the spring.
Fall. Everything about it
- Gloria Ledebuhr
- • Recruiter
Brooklyn Park, MN
Fall. Everything about it: from the changing colors of the leaves, bonfires, hot apple cider, apple crisp, corn mazes, hayrides, corn pits and Halloween.
Did you know?
“Minneapolis-St. Paul has an abundance of recreational activities: more than 150 golf courses, 63,160 acres of recreation areas, 192,000 acres of lakes and rivers, almost 150 professional sporting events annually, more than 530 movie theater screens and a large number of live music venues.” – MN.gov
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