Lanesboro Country Inn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... course, it was pitch black and I had already been asleep for a couple of hours, but some guy was talking on his cell phone (at 2 in the morning? Seriously?) and said that we were 40 miles west of somewhere...Syracuse maybe? Or Buffalo? I don't know, but he sounded miffed, and then I got miffed because I could still hear him, though I was trying to sleep :). Eventually, I got back to sleep...and slept well, which was odd. Never thought that I would be comfortable ...
... is past, many trees are still alive with color. The Farm is home to the New England Craft Program.
The first night was orientation where Cheryl told us the rules and what to expect. She warned us about the bear that has been sited on the farm. It had been seen by a participant driving in. We then heard from the various instructors while they showed a presentation of slides showing their work. ...
Norman Rockwell was probably the greatest illustrator of twentieth century in America, depicting patriotic themes during war and small town life – some real Americana. Rockwell's work was mostly from an era before mine, and Rockwell died in 1978. But I can still relate to some of his illustrations from memories of my youngest years - the families praying, a Thanksgiving gathering, small town main streets, and some his later works from 1960s era of addressing ...
... and studio in the town which is now also the location of the main museum of his works.
Stockbridge has a few other non-Norman Rockwell attractions too. Chesterwood, on a hill southwest of town, was the home and studio of sculptor Daniel Chester French and is now a national historic site. The estate, museum, and sculpture garden can be visited. ...
... early to find a good spot on the grass and have something to eat. The lawn was already very crowded, though, on the beautiful evening, mostly with groups who brought picnic dinners with them, in many cases lavish affairs with big coolers and lawn chairs and card tables. And I’m not talking hot dogs and hamburgers and college tailgate party kinds of foods with keg beer. No, this was mostly gourmet fare accompanied by bottles of fine wine. It’s nice that they allow food and ...