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Reflection of the our past and foretaste of our future

2014-04-27 - Theatre Walk, Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Saw this this morning before being insulted by Stanley Perkins who called me and the other fine gentleman with whom I was having a civil conversation "The Three Stooges." Lucky for him he ducked inside before one of us delivered a good whupping. But not to digress: It is kinda neat how light arranged itself to fit the clocktower, with some pretty fair clouds behind it. Hershel Harmon remembered the little window under the reflection and recalls the butterscotch ice cream exhibitors Charles & Yvonne Marshall sold there. I didn't remember that, but maybe someone else can before we have to resort to the violence of arm wrestling to settle it. Some of us thing the day's a-coming when Downtown Columbia will again be the destination it was in those days. - EW

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