As the weather started to warm up and stay that way, Miles and I began what would become our usual weekly routine of cake hunting. As part of this routine, I would pick an area that had more than a few cakes within a short driving distance of each other, and then Miles and I would go on our quest, not coming home until that day’s cake mission was accomplished -or some other sketchy situation prevented us from seeing what we had set out to see, which was a pretty usual occurrence actually.
The first cake on this trip was at the Centene Corporation in Clayton. I learned that the Centene Corporation was celebrating their 30th anniversary in 2014 and what better way to celebrate than with a Stl250 cake?
I also learned that the Centene Corporation is a health care services organization that specializes in serving those who are uninsured or under-insured. Plus the Corporation is one of the leaders in their field. Pretty neat stuff!
And after we saw the cake, Miles and I did a little walking around the landing of the building, and if you look at the pictures closely, you’ll see a beautiful walkway in the background that’s covered by a ceiling made of different colored pieces of stained glass (or at least they looked like stained glass, could be a neat trick of architecture that I don’t know about…).
Miles especially enjoyed this part of the trip because after we saw the walkway and started to explore the area a little bit more, we found a pet store nearby that lets dogs inside to walk around and enjoy some delicious treats, which he thought was pretty fantastic.