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... in love with this house and the land it rests on. Walking down the winding path, manicured and green your heart skips with anticipation. I have seen photos but I know there is nothing like the experience of being there. As the house came into view my heart did skip a beat. It is stunning!
The Kaufmann's cottaged on the property for many years, the falls being the focal point of their family activities. The family indicated to Wright that they ...
We left Nashville, Tennessee behind us this morning and hoped to arrive at Farmington by this evening. Our car seems to be only a little lighter in our load but we make ourselves comfortable for the journey ahead. It is 16 degrees, bright and sunny. Before the day ended we had reached 24, gorgeous.
Into Kentucky we travelled along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail where we saw many distilleries, gorgeous beautifully kept horse farms, ...
We left Cleveland on a warm September morning hoping to get to Virginia by late afternoon. We took I77 south to Strasburg, OH where we would leave the super slab behind for most of the trip. Little did we know that many two lane roads in most of the areas we would travel were near freeway speed limits. We headed east on US 250 where we settled into a nice riding pace on a beautiful early fall day with temps in the low 70's. The road was good and not ...
... there was banjo music and ….well eventually we made it. (And I made up the bit about the banjo music!)
Well done to Stuart and Sylvia for surviving a epic ride (227 miles) through the best and worst that the eastern states of the USA could throw at us. So much for the easy first day they asked for! Oops. But hopefully the jet lag will have eased tomorrow, and on the bright side Stuart’s new boots are, in fact, waterproof.
227 miles today
... ENTIRE trip.
While we're looking forward to being home we'll miss traveling, seeing new sights filled with new experiences. Till our next trip...............
Family Folklore: As we were driving home from our trip Steve was already dreaming of next summer's trip. He even bought some new travel books to start planning!!