King Arthur Flour
They were drawn towards the King Arthur Flour campus by the smell of fresh bread. Once they set foot inside, they realized just how amazing this place was. They were surrounded by looming towers of baked goods, everything from chocolate croissants to loaves of sourdough bread to lemon and raspberry bars. The towers must have been at least six feet tall, and they surrounded the main cavernous room of the building. Now that they were inside, the smell of bread had been combined with that of sugar and vanilla, creating a very pleasant scent that reminded them of walking into the kitchen on Thanksgiving. They moved through the towers, careful not to knock anything over, as they made their way to the hallway off of the main room.
Montshire Museum of Science
The bubbles had started growing. And they didn’t know what to do. It had all started with a regular trip to the Montshire Museum of Science. They looked around the museum for a while before going to the bubble area. They tried to make the biggest bubble that they could. And it was big, maybe 10 feet long. But then it didn’t pop. In fact, it started growing. They stood in silence, mouths open, disbelief written all over their faces. The bubble just kept growing. After one minute, it had overtaken their station in the bubble area. After three minutes, it had taken over the entire bubble area. Everyone else in the museum noticed the bubble as it crept throughout the rest of the building. Within ten minutes, the entire Montshire Museum of Science was encased in one giant bubble.