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Minneapolis Huddlers, am moving up in June!

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The future wife has a house for us in Lauderdale and would love to meet up with folks as I don't really know anyone up there. I have been up there quite a bit in the past year but would like to know where to watch football or have a bbq sometime. Am bringing StL style cookin and guitar pickin up your way! Shoot me a message!

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Send a message to UFF-DA in the league forums, as that is the Minnesota league and will more likely be seen there.

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The future wife has a house for us in Lauderdale and would love to meet up with folks as I don't really know anyone up there. I have been up there quite a bit in the past year but would like to know where to watch football or have a bbq sometime. Am bringing StL style cookin and guitar pickin up your way! Shoot me a message!

 

 

That's pretty close to where I work. It's a haul from where I live, but then again anywhere in the metro area is going to be a drive for me. Welcome to the land of 4 seasons! Winter, more winter, less winter, and mosquito. B)

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Never heard of Lauderdale but it looks like its near Como park. I've probably been there before and didn't even know it. I don't live in the metro. I'm near the Mn/IA border. My first ff league was with a group of teachers. I became commish in the 2nd year and brought it to the www and named it The Teachers Pet league. Close to your name here.

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Sounds like we need to get the annual Minnesota Huddlers Get-Together back on the radar. I think we took the last year (two years?) off. Start tossing out suggested locations and dates; would love to gather a group and toss back a few adult beverages. The closer in proximity to the West St. Paul Buffalo Wild Wings, the more likely I am to show up.

 

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June huh? Yeah, it might stop snowing by then. :rant:

 

Looks like you'll be very close to the State Fair Grounds. Can't say I know much about that part of town. You'll want to hop on over to Midway stadium and catch a couple of St. Paul Saints games (minor league baseball). Very good time!

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The future wife has a house for us in Lauderdale and would love to meet up with folks as I don't really know anyone up there. I have been up there quite a bit in the past year but would like to know where to watch football or have a bbq sometime. Am bringing StL style cookin and guitar pickin up your way! Shoot me a message!

 

 

I don't live in Minnesota, but I wanted wish you all the best with your big move and major life change.

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June huh? Yeah, it might stop snowing by then. :rant:

 

Looks like you'll be very close to the State Fair Grounds. Can't say I know much about that part of town. You'll want to hop on over to Midway stadium and catch a couple of St. Paul Saints games (minor league baseball). Very good time!

 

Quit yer bitching, you knew what you signed up for when you decided to live here. :shades:

 

Actually, that's a pretty good location in Lauderdale. He'll be centrally located to durn near everything in the metro area.

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Just remember, Wisconsin isn't that far away when you want to hang out with normal people.

 

And we have more lakes.

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Minnesota has 11,842 named lakes larger than ten acres and the surface area of Minnesota's largest eight lakes is greater than all 15,074 lakes in Wisconsin

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Minnesota has 11,842 named lakes larger than ten acres and the surface area of Minnesota's largest eight lakes is greater than all 15,074 lakes in Wisconsin

 

 

Actually all that proves is that Wisconsin has more lakes. :lol:

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Actually all that proves is that Wisconsin has more lakes. :lol:

 

 

A retention pond at a Walmart that Wisconsinites fish out of is not a lake.

 

And welcome to God's Country, Pete.

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First Darin, now you?

 

I may need to ramp up my plans to move to AZ...

 

C'mon down. We need more Viking fans down here.

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Minnesota has 11,842 lakes...

 

 

...and 3 fish.

 

You're better off in WI. Seriously. Plus, we have a professional football team - unlike Minnesota.

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Sounds like we need to get the annual Minnesota Huddlers Get-Together back on the radar. I think we took the last year (two years?) off. Start tossing out suggested locations and dates; would love to gather a group and toss back a few adult beverages. The closer in proximity to the West St. Paul Buffalo Wild Wings, the more likely I am to show up.

 

2V

 

I would be interested in that though (with a new kid and even newer job) my time for talking fantasy sports over adult beverages is not nearly what it used to be...

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Sounds like we need to get the annual Minnesota Huddlers Get-Together back on the radar. I think we took the last year (two years?) off. Start tossing out suggested locations and dates; would love to gather a group and toss back a few adult beverages. The closer in proximity to the West St. Paul Buffalo Wild Wings, the more likely I am to show up.

 

2V

 

 

That's on Robert Street right?

 

I'd be up for doing that again, although I would prefer the Champps in Maplewood, but if the majority would rather hit the BWW in West St. Paul, I could manage that as well.

 

Unless you all want to come up to my place for a few beers and some bbq. According to Ursa, I'm just a few blocks south of Canada.

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Minnesota has 11,842 named lakes larger than ten acres and the surface area of Minnesota's largest eight lakes is greater than all 15,074 lakes in Wisconsin

 

 

And if you want to head a little further north, there are almost 4,000 lakes in Ontario that are larger than 3 square km, and an estimated 250,000 overall.

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