Need a ‘brake’? Drive and see Minnesota sights – County News Review

Yes, the days are starting to get a little shorter. And true, the start of the new school year is creeping closer and closer. Before we know it, the winds are going to pick up, the temperatures are going to drop, and snow is going to blow into this area.

As the number of precious days for summer are falling off the calendar, Julie Jo Larson has the perfect remedy.

Larson is the author of 100 Things to Do in Minnesota Before You Die, a volume that lists a number of places to visit around the state.

It’s the perfect starting point for someone who wants to make a day trip around the state to extend the summer of 2023 as long as possible.