Architecturally, Punxsutawney Phil’s burrow does little to honor the world’s most famous groundhog.  However, a library constructed with its own groundhog dwelling unit is unquestionably unique.  These are a few shots I took for my son as I was passing through Punxsutawney.  One is Phil’s burrow viewed from the street, the other from inside the library, where Phil’s Burrow is nestled into the children’s section.  I didn’t have time to document any of the historically significant buildings in Punxsy.  So for now, this will have to do.  And yes, in the third photo Phil was flashing me.  When I asked the librarians, they explained that what you see is Phil’s typical afternoon napping position.

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