A Visit To Ned's Corner Woodstock


That's me and little Lizzie posing in front of the sign that reads: Ned's Corner from the movie Groundhog Day that filmed in Woodstock, Illinois.  Earlier this week, I posted about how I picked up a jar of Glas club Cheese at the Woodstock Farmer's Market and while we were in town, we walked the square and *had to* stop at the corner that Ned Ryerson made famous in the movie.  You remember the scene, right?


If you look closely, you'll see a 'for rent' sign in the storefront.  You'd think that someone with the right sense of humor and right approach to business could somehow capitalize on the whole Ned Ryerson/Groundhog day thing, right?  I guess the whole implosion of retail isn't going to make things easy on main street, but with the right mix of businesses, I would think that a place like Stars Hollow errrrr Woodstock - with their town square and all the charm that comes with it, can survive in some way, right?

For the rest of the weekend, I kept saying: "Hey, hey! Now, don't you tell me you don't remember me because I sure as heckfire remember you." But...Nat stopped laughing at my lines like five years ago.

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