BILL HILLMAN PHOTO JOURNAL
Like most villages in the Midlands, Stone  is very friendly, picturesque and is steeped in history. Anxious for news from home, my first look around the village  came out of my search for an Internet service. In desperation, I even considered enlisting the aid of one of the many pigeons  which call Stone their home. My fruitless search had taken me full circle around the village and back to the public library  situated on the market square in plain view from our hotel room window. The first thing I saw upon entering the building was a for-hire online  computer! Within minutes after the friendly library staff had given me instructions on navigating their computer, I was reading letters from Sue-On. Exhilarated and recharged with news from home, I took a jog along the canal & locks -- stopping only to marvel at the many docked houseboats -- and back through the grounds  of Stone Church .
TAKE ME TO THE BCATP MUSEUM
William G. Hillman
BILL & SUE-ON HILLMAN ECLECTIC STUDIO
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