No one can say that my husband and I don't know how to have a good time. We shamelessly joyride our kid-less life for all it is worth. I found out the hard way from the untimely deaths of my parents that it is not worth waiting around to have fun. So it might be just a boring Monday or Wednesday. But in the Summer that means dinner at Tin Fish. And the top photo is the fabulous view. Not too shabby for Minneapolis! For the uninitiated, Minneapolis has a whole chain of lakes that have walking and biking paths circling around the whole lake. We are some of the lake's busiest pedestrians.
Tin Fish has fish. But we always order the burger. One of the best. A crispy grilled bun, a burger similar to meatloaf and a thick slab of gooey melted cheese. Heaven. Tin Fish is only open in the Summer. So when the last burger is served in the Fall and the grease is a fading memory, the sadness sets in.
Don't worry if you consume too many calories at Tin fish. Paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking await.
And there is always bird watching. Ha! Tonight a lady brought her pet parrot. He entertained the kids while the parents waited in the long food line. And waited. And waited..........................
Last Summer after eating at Tin Fish we were lucky enough to get a free sailing lesson. Not tonight. Tonight we walked.
And were rewarded with a beautiful Sunset at the end of the night. Just another day in paradise. Hmmm. I wonder if anyone has ever said that about Minnesota before.