Holiday Inn Express Hurricane
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... because no photos are allowed inside. And they don't sell postcards in the museum shop, just expensive coffee table books. You can learn a whole bunch more at www.fallingwater.org.
Now a couple of stories about Frank Lloyd Wright. He grew up in the Spring Green, Wisconsin area and returned there to build his home and school at Taliesin. He was a brilliant architect and artist, but not always ...
... driveway was too narrow and steep for us to get up there. After trying unsuccessfully for about half hour, very frustrated, we decided to forget about this stay. It was now 4:00 p.m. Getting dark, no place to stay, cold and windy, full of adrenaline, we decided to keep driving. 6:30 p.m. we stop for a quick supper and keep on trucking!
10:30 p.m. Getting tired, we find a Walmart and decide to stop for the ...
Kentucky Trip - October 19 - Day Ten
Wow, it got cold last night. It was supposed to get down to 43 degrees last night so I put two blankets on the bed. It was warm and toasty but unfortunately I couldn't go to sleep after my phone conversation with Helen Jo. She sent me a text a little after 9:00 asking me to call so I did and we discussed Mom's situation. Apparently Helen Jo has had a tough week with Mom and sees ...
... Very deep and long.
Saddle Lookout – The lookout itself straddles a mountain range and provides two very different scenic views. The view on one side consists of a deep canyon, heavily treed and very hilly. The other side has Buffalo Mountain in the background with rolling hills, cattle grazing on luscious green grass and small farms in the distance.
Mabry Mill – The most picturesque spot on the entire Parkway. This old Grist ...
... kill more humans than any other wild animal, we kept our distances from the snorting bucks. The hunting season (called Buck Season here) starts on Nov 24th and is considered the biggest day of the year in West Virginia. It’s even bigger than Super Bowl or NASCAR. Our two park maintenance guys, Homer & Jethro, say they don’t have time to go hunting but every night they drive around the ...