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I just visited the museum earlier today and have had Dorothy in my head ever since. I would just like to let you know how happy I was with the museum that is in place today. Keeping Dorothy’s story alive is heartwarming and wonderful. She seems like she had a great humor and strength.

I also would like to take the time to say I really appreciated the enthusiasm on the tour. Everyone who worked there was so happy to be there and share her story. I could hear the passion in every guides voice when talking about Dorothy. I currently work at the Glensheen Mansion in Duluth, as did the girl that I was visiting today with. Den beskrev olika system for kortrakning i Blackjack online , och visade att skickliga kortraknare faktiskt kunde ge spelaren ett oddsovertag over casinot.. We were more than impressed with the tour. It was short and sweet and very informative. Any questions that were asked were answered with the same excitement. It was a great thing to see for pretty tough critics! We love the museum and will tell friends to go enjoy it as well.

Thanks so much!

Carrie Taylor
Duluth, MN

We came back…

On a rainy day in late July at Moose Lake near Ely, Minnesota,  my husband and I decided to go to the Dorothy Molter Museum near town.  Her story was fascinating to both of us as well as the restored cabin she used to live in up at Knife Lake.  The Root Beer she is famous for is the best.  We bought 2 books about her, Root Beer, a magnet, a fleece for me and at hat for my husband.  We don’t usually buy things on vacation like that.  We actually went back a second time for more Root Beer for our kids and root beer flavored Twizzlers.  We had a wonderful time and I am enjoying reading the books about Dorothy and her life In northern Minnesota now at home.

Cathy Rolf
September, 2011

Thank you for keeping Dorothy’s story alive

Hi, I’m Danielle Solberg, a 12 year-old girl who has a passion for nature.

I just finished reading the book, “Root Beer Lady,” by Bob Cary and I must say it was probably THE best book I’ve ever read. =)

Dorothy Molter was an amazing woman, I only wish I could’ve met her… I just want to say thank you for keeping her story and passing it on so she stays alive within us no matter what.

You all do amazing jobs and you deserve it too. I’m sorry I don’t have much to say besides thank you, stuff about the book, and stuff about me (Aw, selfish me) but I just wanted to say my regards and comments. =)

May Dorothy live on!

-Danielle Solberg
July 29th, 2011

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