The Harlan Log House
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... there and site admission cost. My new house was
nearing completion at the time and I’d soon have one-seventh of an acre of
sloping mud on which to create my own gardens. Longwood was one of the
inspirations for my extravagant overkill, for a first time homeowner to create
an elaborate terraced formal garden in the small backyard (and front too!) of a
suburban tract house. I should scan in some old photos of my creation to upload
... part of the Metropolitan Museum of Arts. It has a lot of sculptures and artwork, including many doors and entryways from the 1100's. Most of the art was from France and old French churches. After that we took the subway and then the bus over to what is called the Hi Line. It is on the west side of Manhattan between 12th St. and 30th St. It is an old raised railroad line that delivered freight to the ...
... Penn founded the city in 1682 and there are statues all over town attesting to the fact. As a British colony, in the mid 1700's, it surpassed Boston to become the largest city and busiest port. Founding fathers chose Philadelphia as a meeting place, signed the Declaration of Independence, and later the Constitution. A temporary capital, the city was home to a few branches of the national government until Washingon ...
... through which I can take a picture of the inside of the museum while I am outside. The photo you see here of John Kennedy, with sketches of his brothers, is just such a picture. I took it from outside the Andrew Wyeth Studio/Museum in Chadds Ford, PA. The works are by Andrew’s son, Jamie, who also painted in this studio.
Another work of caution: Do not try this technique if the space you wish to photograph is above the ground floor (unless you happen to ...
Life is crazy.
Yup, that about sums it up!
But really, we didn't have a specific neighborhood to work in this week, so we jumped around a lot. The team was introduced to an unfamiliar organization called Rebuilding Together. Apparently they have a presence in other cities as well, given that fellow corps members from different teams also came back later at transition with t-shirts bearing the same name. From what I gathered (and feel free to actually look ...