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I didn't know how to get through to all of you, so I created another blog for this semester. I will be going on a couple field trips that I hope to blog about.
But the real reason I am getting ahold of you is to inform you about my new blog, https://landscapeofexperiences.wordpres s.com/ - a blog based upon my studio project, which currently has a title of "Landscape of ...
... was the sweetest thing and clearly a very happy little boy. We had a nice and comfortable night sleep and upon waking were served up breakfast Wantroba style, complete with cappuchino, bacon, a nice egg sramble and toast made from Greg's home baked bread! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you both so much :) Please come have dinner with us in Detroit when your in ...
We arrived at our campsite late last night, so could not really enjoy the beauty of it until morning. We looked out on a lovely pond that was perfectly still. I took a photo of the reflection of the changing colors on the leaves across the pond from us. This was our most beautiful campsite so far. We drove around another lake, also surrounded by goldenrods (see photo), to get ...
... in my Thanksgiving day to listen to it all the way through. Its now called Theresa's. We took the short walk down Main St. and found the sign directing us around back. It was...of course, closed.
Next we arrived a few miles outside of town at the Berkshire Botanical Gardens. It was pretty quiet there, we had the place mostly to ourselves. Karen was very busy checking it all out and snapping pictures of all the plants and toads and fish in the ponds. It was ...
... River to tour from the water.
Our driver/guide introduced himself as "Paul Revere...well actually", he said "I'm Paul from Revere". He continued to educate us and entertain us for the next 90 minutes or so. Definitely a worthwhile thing to do if you are in the city. He even let anyone who wanted drive the duck while we were in the water.
After our tour we got into the car and headed to the very beginning (or end) of US Route 20. It begins as Beacon St. ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed