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5 ways Minnesota is enjoying spring

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Puppies are in pandemonium at Lake of the Isles, U of M students are grilling and playing bags outdoors, food trucks are swarming with lunchtime activity -- indeed, it is spring in Minnesota, and everyone's taking advantage.

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OUTDOOR GAMES
Tossing cornhole with the men of Beta Theta Pi at the University of Minnesota.



PUPPY PANDEMONIUM
Dogs out and about at Lake of the Isles off-leash park


FOOD TRUCKS
Lining up for lunch in downtown Minneapolis


Grilling
(and chillin')

Golf
The the snow's away, the golfers will play



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