A view of Enloe Bridge, in Wilkin County. Sent in by Brandi Pearl Reynolds.
Baby Sasquatch and Sue Peterson hung out and did a little fishing on Lake Victoria, in Alexandria.
Uncle Marv’s 1971 F-150 Custom sitting somewhere near Starbuck. Shared by Kirsta Siems, of Alexandria.
Jerry Wynn, of St. Paul, noticed a colorful forest at St. John’s University.
John Pfeiffer might get in truffle if he tries making soup out of these mushrooms he found in New Ulm.
In Alexandria, baby robins made themselves home in Brent Larson’s deck this summer.
Sharp-eyed readers will notice that this butterfly hiding on a sunflower is a viceroy, not a monarch. Photo by Stacy Peterson, of Sacred Heart.
In a Charlotte’s Web moment, the McKinley spider got its name after someone swore they saw the name written in a web while William McKinley was running for president. If you squint it also says MMMMMM, so take that with a grain of salt. Photo by Al Batt, of Hartland.
Terri Sanoski found the moonlight breeze just lovely on Fishtrap Lake.
Monarch being released by 7 year old Wesley Ihrke, of Duluth, hatched from his pollinator garden. Shared by his proud grandmother, Mary Lou Ihrke.
Sauk Rapids resident, Arnie Borchert shared a picture of the duck hotel, from this summer when he visited Noonan’s Park, in Alexandria.
A look at Walnut Grove soybeans in the summer, from Carolyn Enstad.
A juvenile robin came to the bird bath meeting at DeVonne Koppenberg’s yard in St. Cloud.