The Georgian Inn of Somerset
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... house thats got no purchase. A wool scarf cuts out that harsh winter wind and keeps your neck, chin, lips, and nose warm, dependent how you wear thought. Many are knitted bulky, but because of this the charm to a wonderful warm headscarf. The styles of knit scarves have cables sometimes, maybe these are flat, others might be decorative with lose knit stitches consequently it looks like there are holes. No fear though with a knit wool scarf tend to be still ...
Howdy all. I'm sure ya'll will be glad to hear that my daily blog is coming to an end soon.....but not before I brag about what a perfect day we had today. None of us were happy to have our fun week at the Valle Cruces Overlook end, but we manned up and hopped in our cars at 6:30 am to head home (by way of detour). Eric and Tanna drove down to Georgia to visit his Uncle John. Kevin and I ...
Foggy morning. Fog started to lift then came down again. It was 54 F and foggy when we left at 9:15 but it felt warmer than that. I did not have my jacket on but I am so glad I brought my short sleeved fine wool jumpers with me. I wear them like singlets and they make such a difference.
Saw a funny sign yesterday which I forgot to mention. Near Rainelle diner had sign saying "Wednesday evening breakfast buffet". Not sure what would ...
Fallingwater was definitely one of the most amazing buildings I have ever been to. I had learned about Fallingwater several different times in school and it was amazing to finally see it in person. I had thought it was very modern and new but it has a very rustic feel due to the old materials used and the paint fading and rusting in places. The architecture is stunning and the ...
... village or fort. There’s an excellent indoor display and one of the outside buildings houses the actual first hole that was drilled (69.5’) where they struck oil. The building is an exact replica and the equipment inside is all operational, including a pipe that still brings up oil. The hole has been dry for years but they keep recycling some oil as a demonstration. It didn’t start raining until I was ready to leave.