Foggy Mountain Lodge
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... Indy 500 then tonight is Charlotte…Memorial Day Racing. We only could receive three channels on the TV but they were the right channel. Late in the afternoon we were surprised when a “parade” of decorated golf carts came by. By dusk the entire valley is filled with smoke since everyone has a fire going (except us). <u><b>MONDAY May 25 MEMORIAL DAY</b></u>– We watched our section of the campground start clearing ...
... making a dam that backed up the water 30’ deep. Then the pile of debris caught fire, killing many who were clinging to the debris to keep from drowning. The death toll was set at 2,209 but no one really knows. Ninety-nine families were completely wiped out. Hundreds of people were never identified. None of the Fishing and Hunting Club members were ever held accountable for the disaster.
Okay, so it's kinda cutsey, but she IS our first grandchild. (For those of you who don’t know, Shannon’s daughter, Madison Grace Carey, made us grandparents, and where the #$% have you been?) So this entry has nothing to do with Maddie, but I just wanted to give a shout-out to my granddaughter, "HI, MADDIE!" (and it’s MY blog, so there).
Last night, ...
... would happen to his car, it was not a horse, the car would still be there in the morning.
The house cost $160,000 in the mid 1930's, an equivalent of 1.6 million today. To maintain the home and grounds including staff etc. costs 2.8 million a year. Fallingwater had its 5 millionth visitor last year. We are told that Kaufmann said to a friend "when building your place set a budget at one third of what you are willing to pay". Maybe that is a lesson to ...
... place to rest. It has been a long day.
In the middle of nowhere but on The National Road, which once was the road west we arrive back at Stone House Restaurant Inn and Tavern. This Inn has been a comforting haven for the weary traveller since 1822. We are weary but not too weary that Carrie and I can't roam around the whole place. Off we go in our Jammie's. We are all alone, there is no staff, no night watchman, the Inn is ...