This "tribute" was a joke and a complete afterthought. Someone needs to rethink this. It is not well maintained. The day we were there we couldn't even read the monuments because they were wet and the letters blended in with the stone. With the new "On The Road" movie coming out and what will likely be a resurgence of interest in Kerouac, the public will not be kind to Lowell and their treatment of this American icon. This is a case of where it would probably be better to either move it or close it just to avoid the embarrassment of crushing the expectations of those who tour it.
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