I have always wanted to see the inside of this place, so I asked if I could, and I was told "OK, but be careful". I checked out both the upstairs and the downstairs. The best part was the murals painted on the front and back wall of a large open room upstairs. The woman who took me upstairs said that civil war soldiers used to meet up there to discuss strategy.
We took Phil's supper home to him and dropped it off and headed to Norwich. I wanted to see Carol' s former daughter in laws new shop THE ARTISTS PALETTE. After stopping there, we went to several shops, including this great consignment shop, which I hope to return to.
. . The old clock on Main Street which will be repaired soon. This old theatre will probably be closed down soon. When we were done in Norwich, Carol showed me how to get to Pokeville, which was just a few minutes away. I wanted to check out the old store there.
I dropped Carol off at her car in South New Berlin and headed for home. I stopped to take a few color pictures, and here is one: One last stop was at the Morris Farmers Market, where I purchased two cookies and saw this: It was another one of those wonderful but exhausting days. I was in bed by 9:30 and asleep a few minutes later. I