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Terry Ballard <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 13 Sep 2017 12:29:41 -0400
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   I recently traveled to Hannibal on the way to Nebraska to see the total
eclipse. I'd been once before, but this time I had a camera with a nice new
lens, so I had an afternoon and morning of fun capturing the spirit of what
seemed to me to be a booming ghost town (Lots of tour buses and fudge
options, no groceries or gas stations that I saw). The town was beautiful,
especially the Boyhood Home and the people were uniformly friendly and
helpful. If anyone is curious, a gallery of the best images can be found at
Driving west, I passed on the exit for the Clemens Birth home - you have to
save something for the next visit.


Terry Ballard
Author and Librarian Without Walls
Author of the book "50 specialty libraries of New York City: From botany to
magic" http:// <>

"My memory has a mind of its own."