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Exploring (and Camping) Southwest Minnesota Historical Sites

We have most of the southern portion of Minnesota to visit before the end of the year. 
That's when our Minnesota Historical Society membership expires...unless G.G. renews it again.
We decided to see as much as we could in one weekend and started off near New Ulm.

Our first stop brought us to the Harkin Store.
The Harkin Store is an 1870's general store that had all of the products left behind when the city was abandoned. Actually the store stayed open for years after the railroad bypassed the city.
Everything as it was 150 years ago.
It brought me back to Laura Ingalls time. When life was simpler and you only bought what you absolutely needed. 
I wish we could have toured the home next door.

I'm thinking they need to restore it or it's full of junk.
We then drove over to nearby New Ulm to get lunch when we realized there aren't that many dining options in town. We settled on Plaza Garibaldi. It was pretty much your typical small town Mexican restaurant.
We decided to…

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