Where were you 20 years ago? Stuck in two or three feet of snow?

Halloween of 1991 is etched in the memories of most Minnesotans who lived through it. It's been twenty years since the epic snowstorm socked the state.
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Halloween of 1991 is etched in the memories of most Minnesotans who lived through it. It's been twenty years since the epic snowstorm socked the state.

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