Don't feel too bad. Joe Klapowski and I got there late for about the same reasons. But for
the museum posting a sentry at the box car flea market who told us the correct location, I
would have missed it too. When at least three people all have the same issue, we can't all
be considered stoopid. Lotsa and lotsa of townies showed up, which must mean that the
local notices were more enlightening than what we got. Oh well.
Too bad you missed it, though, because it was an over the fence homer. Paul's virtual
walking tour (and to think that I actually thought that we were gonna physically walk) was
very detailed, Aaron's collection is absolutely incredible, Mr. Best's and Gino's movies were
great, and Malcolm's presentation told of things about the electric line(s) that I don't think
have ever been told or written anywhere. Simply an unbelievable day. Paul, you deserve
huge kudos for putting it together. No way will ya all will be able to surpass it next year.
Thank you for a job well done. ----Andy Fusco
--- In FJGRailroad@yahoogroups.com, "nydinersdotcom" <nydinersdotcom@...> wrote:
> for some reason, I had it in my head that the event was at the
> Library, and I got there at 11:30 and saw it was closed. I went to
> the Railroad days, and no one there, so I piddled around town for 2
> hours and tried the library again and again. So stoopid me screwed up.
> Sorry about that. I actually mapped where the historical society is,
> and I think that was one of the few places I didn't go by. ARGH!