Scott went to the kitchen drawer. Inside was the key to the door. “I was thinking about it,” he said.
He returned to the living room. His mom, sitting on the couch, said she wasn’t sure how to feel about the situation.
“The police officer asked me if I would ever use the key,” she said. “I said, ‘You can ask the question to anybody. That’s the question I’m not going to answer.’ “
He got his mom’s permission and they decided the best thing for the family to do was just to give their guns back. The next day, they said, they received a message from the chief of the city’s police department: “Thank you for your quick and professional actions. Please let me know if there is anything I can help you with.”
“That’s really good of you to do that,” said Paul Paulson, a friend of the family who is also a reserve police.
I finished the milking machine by putting some extra feed in, put the milking tube on, then cleaned the milking machine of any remaining residue. I used some baby powder to make sure all the gunk was gone. I was able to finish the milk in about 1.5 hours. I was able to make it all day today (3 hours) without any milk in my stomach and I did it all by myself. This is very impressive! I was also able to clean up and get a nice clean white film on the outside of the cow’s udder.
Here is the finished milk with the film of white and no milk in the cow’s udder.
This is the final product from my cow’s udder! She is so proud of this milk that she will not let me touch her again until the film has completely dried. This is a really cool and unique milk recipe that I will definitely be making over and over again.