One of a kind! This is a dear little library I won’t soon
forget. First of all, we got lost getting there—well, not
exactly lost since it HAD to be on that little road that goes
around the lake–Lake George–well, anyway, we found it.
We had been looking on the wrong side of the road. It was
a pleasant trip for we had just come from the library in
Lake George village and were glad to get away from the
mobs of tourists there—and passed around the “million
dollar beach” as it was called when it was being built years
ago—and the road turned into a scenic ride along the lake
shore. Even though I was growing up in a town not ten
miles away, we just never went over to the “east” side of
Dunham’s Bay had a busy little—little marina and O’Half
stopped to ask directions. He told the fellow on the boat
dock that his GPS wasn’t working—couldn’t get a signal
“Paradise” the man exclaimed. !!
So, there it was!
We climbed up the little wooden porch to go
inside—–but, trouble ahead—the door was locked!
Yes, locked————–but!————the key in the door!
You see, it’s a self-maintained library—anyone can borrow,
anytime. You sign a little book when you take books out and
when you return them. The sign on the door requests that you
turn the lights off as you leave! I love it!!
And now some photos of inside:
And doing some browsing–and boy, I was tempted to take out the Thurber!
the inside of that Thurber I don’t have . . .
and a cozy reading room—love this library.