Where in Minnesota?

The critics have spoken. "Hey, your photo quizzes are too easy," they bellow. We hear you. Today, where in Minnesota is this very recognizable roadside stop? Good luck. Clues? OK, here are three: 1) It's not in the Twin Cities metro area. 2) It's near where the Kensington Runestone was discovered. 3) Big Ole is 10 miles away. For the answer, click on the headline above...
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This Blade's Store, in Holmes City, Minn., about nine miles southwest of Alexandria. According to photographer Jerry Eklund, "This store has been in existence as long as I can remember. I remember going here as a kid. We'd stop by on the way to the lake to get gas, bait and snacks."

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