On Saturday, Mom, Dad, and I went on a walking tour in Duxbury called, “The ‘Wright’ People: Powder Point Summer Houses and Their Famous Architects.” The town historian, Tony Kelso (he’s the man on the left in the third photo), lead a group of about 50 of us along King Caesar Road and talked about the architects who built some of the summer homes. Notice Tony was wearing a headset mic with a speaker around his waist. It actually worked pretty well to project his voice to the crowd (bottom photo).

These photos show the King Caesar House, which is now a museum open for tours (small fee for non-members). The tour met at the King Caesar House but I did not go inside. To learn more about the King Caesar House you can read the history on the The Duxbury Rural & Historical Society website.