Thursday, July 5, 2007

The New Moe, Larry, and Curly

Today O and I traveled up to Skaneateles to get these adorable guinea fowl chicks to replace the ones we raised from chicks and fed inadvertently to owls. While we were up north, we drove over to Auburn and visited the Harriet Tubman House, which is just scandalously in disrepair, considering her importance in American history. They claim to be fixing up the real house, which is pretty much a shell. Right now you can visit the lower floor of the house she used as a home for elderly African-Americans. The tour consists of a badly synched video with lines through it from decrepitude and a walk through the old-age home, which was restored in 1953 and hasn't had much done to it since.

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