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!