I spent 2 weeks on the late summer of 2009 wandering from Northwestern to Northeaster, Minnesota. To begin, I drove from my home in Minneapolis to Old Mill State Park north of Thief River Falls.
On the 2nd day of my stay, it rained on and off all day. A few hours before sunset, I was determined to drive to the North Dakota border and find a train trestle across the Red River to photographed at sunset. I drove west on highway 1 out of Thief River Falls until I noticed a very tall Granary on the north side of the road and decided to stop for a photograph.
Deer are thick like rodents on Marshall County and I imagine this granary now primarily used as a hunting stand, but so majestic.