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3-D Viewmaster reels of the Chasm | Keeseville Column

Don’t forget to turn your clocks ahead this Sunday, March 9, as Daylight savings starts again for another year.

I must thank the Anderson Falls Heritage Society for all the great information that I picked up during my visits with them last year as they are the source for the historical tidbits I’ve been placing in the column lately. Another thing I found while visiting them was a great display of AuSable Chasm with numerous tourist items including 3-D Viewmaster reels of the Chasm. I need to head back to the museum when they open this spring to get more information on all the different aspects of our history. I was also very impressed with their photographic album of the numerous spiral staircases that exist in Keeseville.

Little Italy is taking a short break for four weeks but I’ve been assured that it will reopen again soon. Besides their pizza I am a big fan of their Wild Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo. It’s very delicious. I recently also discovered the breakfast sandwiches at the Mobil Station. Between the Sunoco and Mobil I am very satisfied with my breakfast choices. Both are very much worth a visit and try. Of course those who prefer a heartier fare don’t have to look further than Pleasant Corners Restaurant or MacLeans for great meals to start the day.

Well the score is now squirrel: two, bird feeders: zero as the little tyke managed to chew into the top of my new feeder. I’m definitely going to have to get a metal or wood feeder next. I’ll go visit Adirondack Hardware and see what they have available. I saw hysterical photos on the Internet of a squirrel feeder in the shape of a horse’s head. You put peanut butter on a ledge in the feeder and when the squirrel sticks his head up into the feeder to get the treat it looks like a squirrel’s body with a horse’s head. Too funny.

Have a great week.

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