On the way home from La Crosse this weekend, my boyfriend and I stopped in the historic small town of Lanesboro (population 754) in southeastern Minnesota.  It’s a picturesque location, nestled in the midst of rolling hills and the (tiny) valley of the Root River.  The town is known as “the B&B capital of Minnesota” and is also famed for its many art galleries (relative to the population!).

As we strolled through the town eating ice cream cones, I came across these neat vintage telephone booths ~

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After exploring the back roads of northern Europe, I’ve really gotten hooked on taking road trips – mini or grand.  Before moving overseas, I was never particularly interested in seeing small town American the way that I am now.  Glad I’ve started exploring!  Merci Paris!

À demain,

k.

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