[see trivia answers in the comments section]
I haven't done Tuesday Trivia in a while, so I'll do some today, on Wonderful Wednesday. Once again these questions will be about God's Country, aka Marvelous Minnesota. Here goes - try your best!
1. True or False:
Minnesota has 90,000 miles of shoreline, more than California, Florida and Hawaii combined.
2. Name the famous author who lived on Plum Creek near Walnut Grove, Minnesota.
3. Minnesota is known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Did you know it's not true? There are actually more like 15,000-20,000 lakes, depending on how you define lakes (size, named, etc.) Many lake names are used multiple times (that is, many lakes have the same names). Which TWO of the following names are NOT among common, often-used names:
a. Mud Lake
b. Corn Lake
c. Rice Lake
d. Long Lake
e. Moon Lake
3. Which Minnesota town is the "Lutefisk Capital of the United States"?
4. Polaris Industries located in Roseau, Minnesota invented what well-loved machine?
5. True or False:
Minnesota's waters flow outward in three directions: north to Hudson Bay in Canada, east to the Atlantic Ocean, and south to the Gulf of Mexico.
Some easy, some harder. How'd you do??