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... the included, breakfast buffet offerings. Maura soaked in a lilac infused bath, while I ventured next door to work out in my "private gym."
The Porches' Story is from their website: www.porches.com: The spectacularly located and formerly overlooked city of North Adams is being revitalized through ART—cutting edge, contemporary art, no less! And it has called to a few of us in a big way. Our hook was the block ...
... them a cellphone, they didn't know what it was and said that you must be some type of devil.
By the time we left Plymouth it was getting late. Our drive to Provincetown took an hour and a half. It was getting dark when we arrived. We went to dinner then back to our room. The next morning we left early as we had a lot of driving to do again. Poor planning ...
Much as conversation flows around, we are all still intent on our work. I am not the only one hammering. Cindy has created a beautiful necklace out of glass flowers, glass beads and wire. Joy has opened a whole new world for us. Between Nancy and Joy I have learned so much that sometimes my head spins. And I'm not the only one.
Tomorrow is our last day. There are still things ...
... 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 ...
Of all the quaint and cutesy towns in the Berkshires, Stockbridge may well be the most photogenic. Maybe that's partly because its Main Street was immortalized by Norman Rockwell in a Christmastime illustration that still looks almost exactly the same today as six or seven decades ago. Norman Rockwell is especially associated with Stockbridge since he had his ...