It was a crisp, cold day in St. Paul, Minnesota, the kind where the air is so clear that you can see for miles. And there was nothing to do – all. day. long. It was f’n cold out, too cold to go outside for long. And that was almost the only notable part of the trip. The Cathedral of St Paul and bunny footprints were the best.But, wait! There's more...
Guess where the large peace pipe is? Right! Pipestone, Minnesota.
(I know you already knew that.)
After all of this 100+ degree heat, part of me wishes I was still freezing my tail off in South Dakota. To finish out my trip to the frozen tundra, where TSA felt me up, and I saw the best butt crack ever, I now bring you a giant peace pipe. And some more pictures of snow. You’re welcome.
The large peace pipe is proudly displayed next to the Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers store. The area is known for the pipestone Native Americans used for making pipes.But, wait! There's more...
With the current heat wave sweeping over parts of the world, I thought some of you would enjoy seeing some snow. The snow comes with a tiny church. (Quite a segue, eh?)
Faith comes in all sizes.