We skipped our photojournalism for a day (Thursday), so quite a bit changed by Friday close.
We warned people some time ago that the chance to go to the bathroom in a vintage-1959 setting was about to end. And so it has [moment of silence here].
This area (below) last served as storage for tables and chairs. Originally, it was a projection area for slideshows. There was a motorized stage here, too, that could extend into the meeting hall at the press of a button. Very Jetson-esque!
No, we don't do dishes. How could we, there's no sink. In fact, there's not much of anything in the kitchen now.
(Just some interesting shots that didn't fit in the other groups)
We're told the workers found skeletons in the demolition today. Seriously. And we weren't surprised. Last year squirrels found their way into the building, and traveled through the furdowns throughout this area. Apparently two or more were still inside when their entry point was blocked. Very "Cask of Amontillado," if you recall your high school English Lit class. And that leads us to our word of the day, "immurement." Bonus points on the pop quiz to follow!
From time to time, we'll post info here about what's going-on at the museum.