Pat, who is going on 107 years old, says she was surprised that her difficulty breathing was caused by a heart problem, not her lungs.
We continue our coverage of the 2011 Rhubarb Fest in Lanesboro MN. Thanks to the Devine Rhubarb Committee and help from a state legislature, Lanesboro is now the Rhubarb Capitol of MN.
Today we feature a live performance from the festival featuring Lou and Peter Berryman. This folk duo specializes in humorous songs about the everyday events of life. Peter writes the lyrics, while Lou writes the music.
The North Shore during the 1800s was an isolated place. For many Scandinavian immigrants who arrived during that time period, small family fishing operations were the main source of income as well as a connection to the outside world. Don Hammer is the director at the North Shore Commercial Fishing Museum in Tofte. In this edition of Moments in Time, Don talks about how these fishermen came to live on the North Shore, and what the place was like in the early days.