A few weeks ago my husband and I took our daughters to Taylors Falls, Minnesota, which is in the southeastern portion of our state on the Minnesota/Wisconsin border on the St. Croix River. We went to see one of the oldest homes there, the Folsom House, built in the early 1850's when Minnesota was still a territory.
Here are the pictures we took of Taylors Falls. It is such an incredibly beautiful town and one we want to go back to over and over again.
|The oldest standing public school house in Minnesota|
|The original jail|
|The Taylors Falls Queen Paddle Boat|
|My girls in Wisconsin :)|
|Looking at Wisconsin from Minnesota|
|The town is built into the river vally|
|The St. Croix River|
|The houses are so quaint|
|A lot of the original homes were built in the Greek Revival|
style so popular in Minnesota in the 1850's & 1860's
|A church built in 1861 and still being used|