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May 21, 2013


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Glad to see this update. I see it regularly from across the river. I'll enjoy seeing the changes inside.

Dominique King

Thanks for stopping by, Randy. I think my favorite new addition is the "speedboat". It was fun watching kids take the wheel and "drive" the boat!

Nathan Depetris

I'm glad to see that the museum has reopened. I've tried to visit several times and each time it was closed for a number of reasons, maybe on my next trip I'll finally get to see it.

Dominique King

The weekend-only hours don't help I suppose, and the fact that they'll be closed the first two weekends in June because of the race and the music festival is unfortunate...but it's a nice little museum and worth the visit. It's particularly nice as a place to watch for freighters along the river, too.

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