The Mansion at Elfindale
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... to let him know we were close. His response: "Good luck finding it." We got to the foot of his driveway and not sure if it was it we had to admit defeat. I called him and he let us know that we had it right and to drive down this long gravel driveway.
Tucked away in a peaceful wooded area is their charming home. They have been there for 15 years and completely remodeled ...
... and I honestly get frustrated at my own abilities to endure such obstacles. That is usually the moment when I have reluctantly learned to hope for help and then simply ask for it. Somehow... somehow... it always seems to present itself in one form or another. For that, I am truly grateful because as hard as I try, I could not do this alone.
Ten days to Texas. Ten days closer to Home...
... name came from a combination of his surname and the town name. His late wife added the Mercantile to the title as she thought it made it sound older. His previous professions included photography, make up artistry and hairdressing. which were 3 out of the 7 degrees he held (degrees???!!!???). He was in his late 80's and full of life. As charming as he was, we couldn't shut him up, bless him! As we tried to edge our way out of ...
... terms). There was also a lady cashier who they were winding up (she seemed a bit.....special), and they were trying to convince her that it would only take me 3 hours to het back to the UK via the new Atlantic tunnel. I couldn't keep it up for long, she was so gullible! When I said it was actually about 10 hours, she asked if that was via plane or car....... Bless her!! We stopped at a quant Antiques Mall. You can find all sorts of **** in these ...
... out the great museum. There were a few small windows at the top which gave a great view to the West to the city which is in Missouri and East out over the river to Illinois. We took some photos and then it was back on the road and onto the Meremac Caverns, which are a huge cave network deep underground that apparently Jesse James the outlaw used as shelter because they were so big he could run all his men and horses ...