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On our trip to the New Eng
land states, we visited the John F.
Kennedy Library in Boston
beside the Atlantic Ocean. We
saw a film on our 35th President’s
life and looked at various exhibits
in many rooms. The eight-story
pavilion was enclosed in glass.
Here in the archives are millions
of pages of documents. It was an
emotional experience to view his
Our next stop was entirely dif
ferent as we were dropped off by
our bus at Quincy Market near the
waterfront. Here we encountered
a mass of humanity as hundreds
of people pushed past food ven
dors as they hunted for lunch
items. As we were having a large
evening meal, we purchased
bowls of soup which we took,
outside to eat. When we
approached a bench already occu
pied by a man, he said, “Why
stand on your feet when you can
sit on your seat.” Here we
watched people go by until a driz
zle sent people for cover. When I
ask a man where he purchased his
coffee, he just looked at me and
said, “German.” So I realized we
could not communicate. A local
guide got on our bus and gave us
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a three-hour tour of Boston. We
also stopped at one of America’s
most famous churches, the Old
North Church. In the evening I
wrote postcards to relatives as all
the gift shops sold cards.
Our stop at the “House of
Seven Gables” and also the birth
place of Nathaniel Hawthorne
were quite interesting. A secret
staircase was discovered when
the 1568 house was renovated.
Our mystery stop of the day was a
paper house. Not only were the
walls made of 215 thicknesses of
newspaper but the piano, desk,
clock and other furniture were
also make of rolls of paper.
In South Portland we had an
afternoon cruise on Casco Bay
where we saw forts and light
houses. We had a choice of a
whole lobster for our evening
meal and so I ordered one. Some
folks ordered other meat as they
did not want to work on taking a
Our guide will always remem
ber this trip as one lady fell in the
bathtub, another had to go to a
hospital for an overnight stay, and
the bus driver traveled in circles
for hjdf an hour as he hunted a
restaurant in Worchester.
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Nathan Tice, 9, Lebanon, also participated In the KILE
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Charlotte Dinsmore, poise and personality; and Diane Con
oway, sheep Judge.
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Amanda is a first-year 4-H
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