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Traverse De Two Left or How We Went to 25 of the 26 Minnesota Historic Sites

This weekend we planned on hitting up the last few historic sites that aren't in Fargo-Moorhead.
But first Little buddy had his first taste of food. Watermelon.

He's growing up.
Scott has been very busy with work. With Meadow and Theo home he doesn't get much done. I took the kids to a playdate and then over to Oliver Kelley's Farm for the day so he could work.
Meadow and I came here last fall. I wanted to see it in summer when the gardens were growing.

It wasn't very busy so all kids got to help with farm chores. They asked a little boy for a piece of wood and Meadow ran out to find one first.

The next day we took a little day trip to knock off two more Minnesota Historical Society sites. This stop brought us to the W.W. Mayo house in Le Sueur. When the house was built there were only temporary homes and shacks in the area. This house was considered a mansion compared to the others.

You can almost imagine it seeming giant compared to one room cabins.
We once again ar…

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