At least the barber is still there, often

Photo and commentary by WILLIAM MORGAN
Amidst the tourists and the traffic that clog the so-called prettiest village in Maine in the summer, there is this wee reminder of simpler times, of when Wiscasset was a village.
The drugstore, the shoe store, and the hardware store are all gone. But Charlotte is still calling herself the village barber – she does not run a salon or a spa or a place to get a pedicure. She is still – when she feels up to it–just cutting hair.
You have to wish for her recovery.