As spring arrives, the young families flock to the lakes, unaware that the apple trees are coming out of hibernation and are very hungry.
The Apple blossoms around Lake of the Isles in Uptown burst fourth, bringing a sweet aroma and a heart-stirring pink color to our formerly gray world.
After a long and productive break, I am returning to the blog. The combination of lots of design work and the sheer exhaustion of a long and gray spring lead to the downfall of Mitchster. But alas! I have returned!
Yesterday’s construction site, but with a panoramic view of the Mississippi.
Seen from the top of the 10th Ave Bridge, this crew seems to be rebuilding the storm drains to the river, but I’m not exactly sure. I’ll need an engineer to be sure.
Revel in the rust and graffiti.
She was handing out little flyers for the Roller Girls when I took this pic. I chose this one because I’m oddly fascinated by her forlorn expression. Hint to the Roller Girls, next time hand out free tickets to an event. I saw your little flyers all around on the ground after the parade, but not one of the Irish Festival tickets that were given out during the parade.
I love the expression the girl with the big glasses has.
I went to see the Minneapolis Saint Patrick’s Day Parade yesterday. In the mix was a great drum troop that included this little cutie.