There was some mighty tasty treats. The Keys Cafe has amazing cinnamon rolls. 4 of us split this one. The icing is magnificent.
Have you had one?
Yesterday, we went on a Mill City Museum tour of Gold Medal Flour variety. I had no idea that the birthplace of flour was Minnesota.
Apparently they dumped the waste into the Mississippi River and the fish grew to grand size proportions. This is how they discovered they could add grains to dog and cat foods.
I didn't know flour dust was highly combustible, more so than gun powder. There were some nasty explosions over the years as this became understood.
The car ride allowed for much Wrap knitting. :)
Fireman drove the most, but I was behind the wheel of the new truck for a few hours each way. We used a fun new useful app called WAZE. It calculates your trip and you interact with it; reporting debris on the highway, police activity, traffic etc.
It also sends a link to others if you choose, so they can see your progress on the trip.
My sister, Michelle and her husband Jaime with the dogs;
Dashing Dashielle and Quetzl Kathleen.
My sister is an instructor at the Minnesota Vet school; she is an internal medicine specialist. My brother in law is a vet also and a scientist at heart. He studies cancers in dogs and cats.
He is also at the University of Minnesota.
If you are inclined you can enroll your dog in some of their studies which only require a vial of their blood. Let me know if you are interested and I'll send you some information. You can help get them to the point where we can find a cancer answer for people and pets!