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By Ken Stern 

Tourists filled town Saturday

 

TOURISTS WERE COMING AND GOING SATURDAY – Maybe the new normal is going to be just like the old normal, except we all wear masks and stand and sit six feet apart from one another when we shop and eat. Morris Street 3 p.m. Saturday was filled with cars. No parking spaces were open on First Street. Sidewalks were bustling with out-of-towners. – Photo by Ken Stern

At 3 p.m. Saturday the sun was still out, glinting off tourists sunglasses and windshields. Hardly a parking space was open on First Street and the sidewalks was thronged with visitors and residents alike.

Coming into town, the way tourists do, up Morris Street, locals, probably, were sitting at tables soaking up the sun at Stompin’ Grounds. Two blocks closer in, a couple were having a late lunch on the Slider Café patio. The tables were full at Santo Coyote’s small outdoor space, too.

Out of towners were browsing and buying at Go Outside and moving in and out of stores up and...



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