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The morning of New Years Eve, we jumped in the car with Sasha and set out to see some more of Connecticut. We saw adorable town after adorable town, and had lunch at an old fashioned general store near Goshen. We drove through Cornwall, a perfect little town with a 200 year old covered bridge. The day trip ended with a hike to the top of a beautiful hill, where we were able to document the last day of the year with justice. ...
... look like until Tuesday morning.
The class day is broken into two parts of the day - morning and afternoon. During the afternoon Nancy shows us some different ways to create beads. She is pleased with the progress the class is making. It's a good thing perfection is not a requirement of the class. :)
I stay and worked until 6pm with a couple of other class members. During this time we have a chance to view some of the wild life ...
... 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 ...
... be brought into the grounds at Tanglewood rather than them trying to nickel-and-dime patrons down by banning outside food and alcohol to make money from inflated concession food prices. I doubt there are many police problems with members of the Tanglewood crowd getting rowdy from having sipped too much c******nay.
The Berkshires may have been only second to Newport as a summer retreat for the super-rich during the Gilded Age. Appropriately, Ventfort Hall Mansion in Lenox houses ...