Post by roundabout on Jul 25, 2019 11:09:42 GMT -5
It's interesting to me that the "Common Ground" plaque is only visible if you go in person. (Unless there's some other way to see it on the internet.) I wonder if he did that on purpose. Or maybe he just didn't know it couldn't be found on the internet. If it's on purpose, this place might be more important than the others.
I wonder why the why the brick letters around the poem on page 12 (for the Robert Burns memorial) are white.