Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Where in the World are the Goodmans and the Goose?

Where are the Goodmans and the Goose? Back in Baltimore for the moment. But last week, they spent a bit of time migrating north, to Stamford, Connecticut for a reading.

While in Stamford, they enjoyed a bit of sight seeing. There was the Stamford Cone, a sort of artistic beacon of colored light, a tall cone of stained glass that you can actually go inside. In daylight, the sun shines in; at night, lights inside shine out and the cone glows in warm hues.

The murals at Norwalk City Hall were interesting. And the Hoyt-Barnum House, a historic home built in 1699 and made in part of clay and animal hair. The First Presbeterian Church, shaped a bit like a ship, had some interesting stained glass.

But now the Goodmans and the Goose are back in the Baltimore area, ready for some readings closer to home!

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