The place was already closed by the time we got there. I called the number on the front door to see if they knew the PIN because there was limited cell phone service and the electronic PIN wouldn’t work. The lady was so nice and said, “I’ll be right down to stamp your passport. I live close by.” I told her she didn’t have to go to all that trouble but she insisted. She let us in so we could see the things on display. Who knew there was such an interesting place in this tiny, town? That’s what I like about the passport program. There are so many undiscovered places in this great state. If it weren’t for the program people wouldn’t know about them.