Tuesday, April 17, 2012

March heat brings April snow?

I really need to start tracking my days better because I don't know where the time has gone. Here's what has been going on over the past two weeks.

Kari, mom, dad and I made it up to the cabin during the Easter weekend. It was a beautiful day when we arrived on Friday evening. The water was so crystal clear, it's making me very eager to be up there playing in the water.
Pretty water
Since the whole county is under a "No Burn" warning due to the storm that came through last summer and the last of snow and rain this winter, we wern't able to have a fire this time up. It wasn't all bad though, Saturday afternoon into the early evening it rained pretty good, so I worked on cutting and sewing the bags for the corn hole set we are making.

After the cutting and sewing was complete and the rain started to come down. We decided it would be time for happy hour!

On Sunday, Kari and I got up and were home by noon. Later in the day, Easter Sunday, mom and dad picked us up for Easter dinner at Chino Latino!
 (I should probably mention that Kayla and Joe were in Mexico with Joe's family and that's why they were not a part of Easter this year, we didn't forget about them)

The Monday after Easter was the Minnesota Twins home opener! Kari and I bought dad's ticket so the three of us enjoyed a day of Minnesota baseball. We started with a lite lunch at Kieran's then wandered over to the stadium for the opening ceremony events.

 It was a very chilly and windy day, but as you can see, we were in the sun and were blocked from the wind. It turned out to be a perfect day for baseball, except that the Twins lost.

On Saturday I went out with my 'man friend'. We started with dinner at Ryan's Pub which is just around the corner from my apartment. It was a nice enough day that we were able to get a table outside. While we were trying to figure out what to do with our night, I suggested trying the Fulton Tab Room. He really likes their beer so we hailed a cab and headed off to Fulton Brewery.
The Gastrotruck was there serving food. Had we known that we probably would have passed on Ryan's and sampled food from the food truck. Fulton was great! They had four beers on tap and each beer was only $5. Two of the beers you can get in restaurants and liquor stores, but two, they only brew enough to keep up with the demand of what they sell in the tap room. We both agreed that we will definitely be going there again soon!

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