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Monday, July 23

the land of oz

Maybe just a month ago, I learned that Frank L Baum, author of The Wizard of Oz, was born in Chittenago (in Syracuse) and there is a museum!! The Wizard of Oz is my favorist movie and I have tons of memorabilia; so when I heard this I HAD to go! Since we were already in Syracuse, Mike and I stopped in Chittenago before leaving the area. We went searching for the museum but no such luck :( It turns out that the museum is closed and moving to the local library in November. I was kinda bummed, I walked the yellow brick sidewalk and the little town had stores with names inspired by the movie: Ruby Reds Diner, Auntie Em's Pies, Emerald City Grill, and Oz and Ends!!

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