I have another piece of Linden Hills lore to share: Coffee and Tea Ltd.'s roastery is there, they are a very cool place to buy these two products. coffeeandtealtd.com/ They have the big ol' roaster in the store window; free smells!

The restaurant across the parking lot from Great Harvest used to be a hardware store; fortunately it lasted to the advent of Street View. google.com/maps/@44.924114,-93 I recall they had a fax machine as a service there, and they'd put a model train scene in the window around Christmas.

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Linden Hill's present-day hardware store is in a building that used to be Linden Hills Co-op (so that's why the current Linden Hills Co-op is way the heck out on Sunnyside)

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