We were raised in Minnesota and anyone who lives in Minnesota knows that one of the most common vacation destinations during the summer months is “up north”. Up north meaning literally anywhere north of where you are and also the northern half of the state.
Minnesota also more than lives up to it’s slogan of the land of 10,000 lakes… in reality there are 11, 842 lakes bigger than 10 acres each… but who’s counting besides the DNR… anyway, it’s a gorgeous state literally peppered with thousands and thousands of lakes and the thing to do there when the weather is nice is to “head up north to one of those lakes, which is what Kari and her friends do… head north to an area filled with lakes and the small towns and people who depend on those lakes and their visitors for their livelihoods.
In today’s story…. Kari gives you a glimpse into what it means to head “up north” to the lakes of Minnesota and the kinds of adventures you might have in the show we’re calling Welcome to Lake Vermilion or how in the hell did I end up here on vacation?
Quick note: Today’s episode includes swear words.
First of all a huge thank you to our newest Patreon subscriber, Cyndi Clemons Smith for her support! You can join her (and us) there, too… patreon.com… search for how in the hell did I get here?
One last thing, shout out to our nephew Nick Flodin for his listening support and to say that we are all very excited about new baby Flodin showing up soon!
Call us at 323-488-3303 f you have a How in the Hell did I get here story to share. That’s 323-488-3303! Or send a written version to how in the hell did I get here at gmail.com, if you prefer to have your story read on the air.
Today’s show was produced by Kim A. Flodin and features Kari Flodin.
Big thanks to Silent Partner for our theme song, 7th Floor Tango and our ad music, Blue Skies downloaded from the YouTube Free Music Audio Library.
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