Morgan House Inn
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... Imaginative renovation includes long verandas and bold inside/outside spaces. The interiors mix striking, colorful style with homage to the generations of mill workers’ families who lived here. The inn and its amenities…breakfast, the pool and more, are outlined a few clicks away...along with the rich attractions of this unique region. Dare to come...to Porches, to North Adams, to the Berkshires. You may never be the same!
... around the town a little bit, then went to dinner. The next morning we toured the Norman Rockwell museum and his studio. We tried to find the Appalachian trail for a hike but couldn't. So we drove up to Mount Greylock for a view of the valley below. At that altitude, most of the trees had already lost their leaves.
We stopped in Stockbridge for lunch. We ...
... has designed. The rest practice techniques of working with the metal.
Every once-in-a-while, Joy calls us all together to demonstrate another technique of working with the wire.
Wednesday afternoon and evening are free time. After lunch, Karen and I go to the bead store in Northampton. Having done some work with beads now, I feel like a kid in a candy store. So much to see and contemplate. Strings ...
... I myself lived in New York City until I was 6 and then grew up in a mostly immigrant area in a near-in suburb named Yonkers, very removed from the world depicted by Normal Rockwell. My father’s side of my family, though, were Protestants of Yankee type who lived in small towns in New York’s Hudson Valley not all that far from Rockwell’s studio in the Berkshire. It is their houses, their lifestyle, their beliefs and values, that I remember ...
... the country estate of Joseph Hodges Choate, a New York lawyer and U.S. ambassador to Britain for a few years around 1900, sits on a hill on the border with Lenox. The home was designed by the famous architectural firm McKim, Mead, & White. There’s a great house tour for those interested in architecture, as well as beautiful gardens and a Chinese ...