It was back to the scene of the crime in chilly November, the first time the group had opted for an autumnal get-together since rebooting in 2007. We visited out old stomping grounds at the FRPD and presented the Chief with his own Muttoneater headgear. A few of us found out what it was like on the other side of the bars in the lock-up, and then enjoyed a tour of the station, especially delighting in the new display of vintage FRPD photos which adorn the walls. We visited the animal rescue society as ever, bringing bags of treats and cash donations to our favorite local charity, paid a visit to Oak Grove, and enjoyed experiments and presentations back at the Borden House. The theme was “Total Immersion Lizzie”- and we did just that! Back for more in 2015!
This past weekend Sir Jeffrey and I began to map out our visit to Oak Grove and stopped for a pose by Andrew’s last client, Mr. Clegg. You will recall how Mr. Clegg stopped Andrew near the Granite Block and inquired about his window on the morning of the 4th. The last thing Andrew did before going home to his death was to stop and check the window on the South Main Street building- doing business till the end!