From the Nov.-Dec. Midwest Living Magazine Out & About page "It's Groundhog Day Again."
Sure was happy to come across this article about one of my favorite towns here in the Midwest. If I could retire to that fantastic square, where much of the 1993 movie was filmed, I would be one happy "camper" as the deejays said every morning to Bill Murray's Phil Connors character.
There was a great photo of Karla and Everton Martin standing in front of the Royal Victorian Manor which they recently opened as a B&B. In the movie, it was the Cherry Street Inn, where "The Talent," Phil Connors, stayed and looked out the window every morning to see the same old, same old.
There was also a photo taken inside a local store, Seasons by Peg, a candy store that I am not familiar with. Probably in that great square, however.
Most of the article is about the Groundhog Day celebration that takes place every year. I have been to every one for the last six years. Always a great time.
More to Come. --RoadDog
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