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About a month ago I visited the museums in Springfield, MA, located a few towns away from where I grew up. I hadn't been to back there since my children were little in the 1980s, and although the dinosaurs, and bears in the science museum looked familiar, there was so much new to see, including a brand new building which houses Connecticut Valley history. . -- that was pretty interesting as well as a bit sad to see all the industry that has left the area in the last 30-40 years. A fun day and trip down memory lane.
by Patrick Dougherty
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Even this Bird seemed to love it!
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(Theodor Seuss Geisel - was born in Springfield, MA in 1904)
Don't think I'd like to live in this teepee.