Carver's the kind of place that's got some pretty cool things in it...if you look in the right places. Well, maybe cool is overstating it just a tad. Maybe neat is a more accurate adjective.
Exhibit 1: Savery Avenue. From Wikipedia: "Also located in Carver is Savery Avenue, the first divided highway in America, which was opened to the public in 1861 by William Savery." We're famous!
Exhibit 2: the Lakeview Street bears. This carved, life-sized representation of "The Three Bears" is in someone's front yard on Lakeview Street, just around the bend from Sampson's Pond. The bears are lovingly attired to match each holiday--even Halloween! This is the kind of small-town wackiness you just can't make up.
More to come soon.