It was a rainy day of our camping trip, and we went to the Clabber Girl Museum because there wasn't a lot to do. As it turns out the rainy day was a blessing to get us to this marvelous museum. The museum tells the inspirational story of the Hulman family and how a German immigrant became a highly successful American. It tells the story of the growth of commerce in the midwest and of course how baking powder was invented. It tells of a simpler time in the US. And best of all - IT'S FREE!!. There is a café in the museum where got homemade soup and a sandwich - perfect for a rainy day.
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