Are you familiar with the feeling of watching a parade or a football game and not knowing whether you still have all your fingers? The reality is that our weather is brutally cold for way too much of the year. So if you’re looking to hibernate for the winter, deactivate your Tinder account.Whether it’s snowshoeing at the Loppet Festival, having beers outside at the Beer Dabbler Winter Carnival, or snow tubing at Buck Hill, the cold weather just can't cool off our dating lives. We’re polite Midwesterners, which means we must be boring in bed, right? From our iconic sex shop, Sex World, to the surprising number of gentlemen’s clubs, and the progressive female-oriented Smitten Kitten, people from the Twin Cities know how to keep things interesting between the sheets.For those unfamiliar with the dating landscape of the Twin Cities -- or newbies arriving to town looking for love -- there's one thing you should know: we’ve kind of got it going on.In addition to being extremely good looking in our own Norwegian, lumbersexual sort of way (and that's just a fact), we’re fun, funny, open-minded, and basically the best at everything. Still need more reasons to date someone from the Land of 10,000 Lakes? We love binging on Netflix just as much as any other state, but the idea of spending every day in front of a screen just isn’t our jam.According to our research of Arkansas and other state lists there were 10 registered sex offenders living in Hamburg as of June 03, 2017.
Maple Plain is a third ring suburb of the Minneapolis-St.That’s why on any given day you’ll find us cruising around town on a Nice Ride cycle, running the Chain of Lakes, or hiking Minnehaha Falls.We’re all about finding any way we can to get our move on, and all of that activity helps us keep it tight. Have you ever seen what you look like with icicles coming off of your eyelashes?I told him that it was my understanding that he and his film crew were 'in town' taking some pictures of our city.He began telling me in detail who he was, why they were here and what they were doing. As I was on my way back to Bi-Centennial Park with my recorder, I encountered the other members of the film crew in front of the Hamburg Post Office.I approached Yared slowly so as to not interrupt whatever it was that he was doing.