Visit, If You’re Ever In Town

Here’s a real treat – a virtual visit to a museum that’s not very well-known, and really, why should it be, except that it’s one of a kind – and things that are unique ought to be encouraged, surely?

I’m talking about The Claudia McGill Museum of Things Claudia McGill Picks Up From the Street When She Is Just Going Along Being Claudia McGill and Doing Claudia McGill Things.

Yes, that’s it. A wonderful collection of little metal things all acquired for free and yet of value to Claudia McGill.

The museum is outgrowing its current home, a lovely ceramic dish-shaped facility, and will be moving soon, so here is a chance to see it as it began its existence. Currently located in the kitchen, plans are still up in the air as to where it will continue on, but be assured it will continue and in a well-trafficked place.

Enough! Why make you wait any more? Take a look for yourself.

If you want information about any of the items, just ask. Maybe Claudia knows and maybe she doesn’t, but ask, anyway.

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