At the end of my summer, which for the rest of the world is mid-to-late September, I went to Minnesota and brought Isabelle along. We visited the cats at Wild Rumpus in Linden Hills.
We stumbled upon the Highpoint Center for Printmaking on Lake Street and saw the juried print exhibition and Michael Kareken’s black-and-white watercolor monotypes of majestic forests in the Pacific Northwest.
With my brother, we visited Minneapolis’s first cat café, Café Meow! We met a very sweet cat named Oreo.
We saw Minnehaha Falls in its late summer glory.
We attended the second day of the 29th Annual Minnesota Sacred Harp Convention, again at The Landing, and I led 547 Granville.
On our last day, we took a walk in my neighborhood and found this: