The world's largest mill -- the Washburn A. Mill -- ground enough flour in a day to make 12 million loaves of bread. The Minneapolis building now houses the Mill City Museum, which re-creates old-school flour production days with period equipment, railroad cars and a floor-by-floor tour in a giant freight elevator. The glass elevator rises from the rubble of Mill Ruins Park, with the iconic Gold Medal flour sign overhead.
Northern Minnesota. My beloved Minnesota. There is nothing like renting a cabin in the woods and getting up early in the morning and sitting at a kitchen window with coffee and wating the sun come up over the lake. Great for getting back in touch with nature. I miss Minnesota so much.
From Tofte to Grand Marais, explore state parks and pause in a one-stoplight county known for great dining: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/minnesota/north-shore/two-day-getaway-along-minnesotas-north-shore/ #minnesota #northshore #travel
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