Greshams Lake View Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and no tourist costs.
We visited the liquor store for some wine and the drug store for some Advil. Tony has quite the head cold. En route yesterday I think he sneezed all the way through New York State. In order to buy Advil Cold and Sinus in the states you have to sign your life away and show ID times 3, apparently this is because of the Crystal meth problem.
Not a lot of snow shovelling happens here. ...
... still holds the charm and elegance of its heyday. New Presidents come, new artists of stage, movies and music sneak in. I love the stories, the original marble on the entry, chestnut floors and mahogany banisters. A photo of Andy Warhol kissing John Lennon is over the bar, while on the walls of the dining room late 19th and early 20th Century menus hang. Other walls house Landscapes of the area all influenced by romanticism. It is fun to walk around this small Inn and think of all of ...
... it would be others bound for early travel, and there were a few, but no provision on the bus for luggage. But the vast majority of people on the packed bus were somehow trying to make their way home from the traditional Friday-before-Christmas office parties! George suggested that I sit in the only vacant seat while he stood with the luggage. I made my way to the seat, but there was every chance I would have been vomited on by any of the others around me, so I beat a hasty retreat, ...
... the falls and then climbed up to get some from the top. We finished up our hike through the Upper Canyon above the main falls and then headed back to the car. It was past lunch time and we only had a few more hours of daylight left, so we wanted to make it count. So we headed to George W. Childs Park, once a Pennsylvania State Park, but now a recreation area in the water gap. We parked here and had a picnic lunch, then headed out for a ...
... also completely done by hand) that gives his pottery it's smooth, glassy and sometimes marbled appearance.
I'm posting some pictures that I took along with some from David's website, which are a better quality and better representation of his work. If you want to see more of his work:
Thanks David for being so kind and patient with us and the kids. We loved our ...