What They’re Reading

The northernmost Carnegie library in Maine is the Caribou Public Library.  When Handy and I visited it on our Aroostook County dash, I saw this book on a chair in the stacks.

Caribou Reading

If you click on the picture, you can read the details of our trip to Caribou, Fort Kent, and other mystical points north of hipness.  The book?  I know nothing about it or the author, but it seemed ironic a reader in Caribou tugged it off the shelf.

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5 Responses to What They’re Reading

  1. Loosehead Prop says:

    You didn’t stop at the Bouchard’s Store? Something will have to be done about that. Ahem! Watch your mailbox.

  2. Loosehead Prop says:

    I get an F for reading comprehension. Read too fast and saw the “snowing too hard” and “just kept driving” and ran them together. Did you get their French Acadian Cookbook, then?

  3. Loosehead Prop says:

    Well, dang, I saw it here and picked up the only copy thinking you would love it.

    But I wanted a copy, too, so I guess you just gave one to me! Thanks! Get well.

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