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Day 11: Unlike P'town where Sal knew all our guests, our first event westbound on US 20 was with folks we had never met. We were a little concerned that no one would come. Fortunately, that was proven wrong.
Over the course of the evening, 11 folks came to share in the event. Our guests shared their stories of local writers and the lore of the town. The area around Lee, MA is steeped in literary history as evidenced by the many famous authors like Herman Melville and Edith Wharton who have called this area home.
Our guests were a lively and interactive group, interested in our project and Sal's art. Encouraging people to touch the art raised a few eyebrows, as touching art is usually not ok. But Sal's art for this project is durable and so touching IS ok. Many took advantage of the opportunity.
Thanks to the Lee Library Association and especially Rosemarie for hosting us and make us feel so welcome.
Lee, MA is beautiful town. I took bunches of pictures of the area and will publish them in a separate post.
Today's goal is Saratoga Springs, NY for auto museum and art museum visits, another tourist day. Yay!