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... his life. For Sandburg it was a good place to write and to walk in the woods.
I've frequently encountered references to Sandburg but have to admit I haven’t read any of his works. After his death the NPS approached his widow about the home in search of American literature oriented addition to park system. The house is left in the condition at the time of his death in 1967 and looks like an unkempt house of mostly bookshelves! Really, almost every room ...
... who live here are kind enough to allow public access. Along their driveway, they have signs directing to waterfall parking and warning of a very friendly dog. As soon as we got out of the cars, we were greeted by this adorable dog. Very friendly, indeed, though he didn’t have a name tag so we didn’t find out his name. We could see the waterfall from the parking area, but we let the dog lead us to the waterfall. ...
... getting wet. Finally, we came to a path and turned right to head down to Still House Falls. The final descent down to the waterfall was quite steep and required the use of ropes, but after the crazy bushwhack, this didn’t seem so bad. Still House Falls was once the location of an illicit moonshine operation. The difficulty in getting here made this a good spot for illegal activities. But all evidence of the still was ...
Not much more needs to be said.
Regardless of how it ended, it was a great trip while it lasted! I crossed the Atlantic for the first time; rented a tux for what had better be the last time; saw good friends; met some neat people; drank some great wine; ate some wonderful meals (and some not so wonderful); rode a lot of neat trains; and saw some fantastic scenery.
Along the way, I collected Monaco, Liechtenstein, ...
I don't think either of us feels a need to return to Spain. Sort of "been there done that". We definitely saw what we had thought before we left that we wanted to see. We did not feel rushed anywhere we went.
We tried--and succeeded, I think, mostly--to space out museums, cathedrals, etc., so we didn't overload on them too much.
Food was a challenge in Spain, as we both knew it would be. We ...