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... the magical kinship of J & P, instantly transported into a sanctuary of warmth and love. Phineas, peacefully radiating his sage-like wisdom and Jo nurturing us in her well seasoned, Richmond style hospitality. Maura and I wrapped up in a piney woods plaid blanket, comfy on Jo's handy-worked slip-covered couch. Comfortable conversation flowed as we sipped hot tea ...
After a delicious dinner and great visit with Josh, Jenn and Olivia in their cool Stowe home, we crashed last night at The Northern Lights' Lodge. This morning started with exercise for both Maura and I. She dropped me off at Josh's gym, The Swimming Hole. Her plan to take a long walk on Stowe's recreational trail was cut a little short. She left the CRV lights on again and had to get a rescue hot shot. If you ever ...
... we focus a lot on those elements (earth, air, fire, and water).
We were using the elements as a way to get into the text. I wish we had more time working on it.
After the workshop, we went back to the main housing and just hung out. A group of us went to the Larry Hall basement Kitchen and hung out. We played a game of president, a card game, and stayed up quite late. It was great to just relax for a bit.
... in Berkshires. I put it on "my list" to see sometime.
The museum is rather small but displays most of his most famous works which he did as cover illustrator for Saturday Evening Post magazine. There is also a gallery of all the many hundreds of cover illustrations he created over the years. The grounds include his studio, the last of many he had through his life, and a sculpture garden that includes some works by his son Peter Rockwell, a professional ...
... that day for what I think was some kind of teacher’s pro-education funding lobbying day or something. We toured the capitol building, and I think I was impressed by vast size of the Empire State Plaza and what seemed like the never ending subterranean mall that runs its length underneath it.
So I planned to stop in Albany as part of my nationwide tour of visiting state capitols whenever I’m in the general vicinity of one. The Nelson ...