Back on January 24, I posted the question: "what do a lay minister, a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution, a failed political run for Governor of Minnesota, draft horses, and one of the largest renovations of a timber-framed barn in America all have in common?"

The answer that only a Minnesota history buff might guess is: the Olof Swensson Farm Museum, located in Chippewa County overlooking the Minnesota River, and managed by the Chippewa County Historical Society.  It is such a beautiful setting, with an incredibly well-preserved historic farmhouse, that scenes from the movie Sweet Land were filmed here.  If you haven't seen our story about it yet, take a few minutes to kick back and enjoy...

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