The Museum was open and busy with visitors. Some were enjoying the Stanley Chilson videos being shown that showed life in Franklin in the 1930's.
The Fire Dept trucks were shining in the setting sunlight.
Rick's added a sign showing a welcome service in the recent heat; AC
The Downtown Consignment shop was open in the rear of the Berry Building
The triangle sign was updated to reflect the new water restrictions in place as of 7/7/10
The cherry tomatoes are growing at the Franklin Food Pantry
Did you go downtown for Third Thursday? Did you have any fried dough at the Rome? Or stop into Jane's Frames or Cafe Dolce?
Updated 5/17/11 - sometime in the past couple of months, Downtown Consignment moved to an unknown location in Plainville. The Franklin Art Association now has a gallery in this location.
I was in traffic in front of the fire house when you took the picture of Rick's. Tried to get a picture of you taking that picture, but traffic moved before I could get my phone on camera mode. Thought it might be interesting.ReplyDelete
Lisa, that would have been interesting. Especially if there was more of a reflection in the window to catch both of us. The photo could have gone on and on.ReplyDelete
Speaking of reflections, I took another similar photo of Acapulcos today and in that the reflection of the scene across the street is interesting.