Museum Musings: A rainy Saturday

Whew I’m *tired*.  I worked at the busiest cash register today serving a never-ending stream of people.  The museum’s always busy on a Saturday, but because it rained last night and continued most of the day with heavy downpours, which flooded the streets, all those people who normally go to the beach on the weekend, came to see the art instead.

Even if a visitor buys one postcard it still has to be rung up,  the money exchanged – many people who buy one postcard pay with a $100 bill – and the receipt together with the purchases placed in a bag.

I served a couple from Australia who had just arrived in the States, and like most tourists weren’t sure of our money.  Their purchase came to $14,07. The woman gave me a credit card, and her husband carefully counted out the seven cents. We all laughed.

Michael Bolton was spotted in the galleries.

People often give me their cards. Shadi who runs The Kismet Inn in Maine gave me one this afternoon. Her B and B looks lovely

Kismet Inn Bed and Breakfast is an all organic bed and breakfast Spa in the heart of historic Bath, midcoast Maine offering yoga & meditationmassages and a very unique body exfoliation. The inn also offers dinners. All the offerings are customized for each guest in an extraordinarily beautiful and tranquil setting overlooking the ‘Spirit of the Sea’ fountain.  The location is the best loaction in town, only a few steps from the historic downtown Bath ‘Front Street’ which was recognized as one of the top ten streets by ‘American Planning Association’  The street is indeed ‘Out of Box’ kind of street with wonderful old architectural buildings, brick sidewalks, fine restaurants, boutiques and antique stores.
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