The Autumn Inn
Travel Blogs from Bennington
(Sorry this is so delayed!!)
On October 18th, I got an email from Pam, the Dean's secretary,
Below, find the announcement about it, sent out today:
"Sent on behalf of Dean Evan Douglis –
Dear Members of the School of Architecture – Please join me in congratulating Erin Butler, who submitted the winning application for the new Brown's India Fellowship. Erin is our School’s first winner of this ...
... colonial buildings made it a must-see.
Arriving once again to our destination after night-fall; 3 for 3, I was very excited to find a campsite right on the banks of the Battenkill River. By this time we have become experts on setting up camp and getting dinner cooked. We have fallen into a reverse-gender set-up routine of Wendy setting up the tent and me cooking dinner. Ever since the first night fiasco of finding out ...
... that I did not get to see. I will include the location of places below if you are interested in looking them up. Whether I receive the fellowship or not, I will be grateful to have had the opportunity to apply, seeing as it has helped me solidify my thoughts on the past semester as well as get my portfolio together!
Hope all is well! Prayers are accepted! I will let you all know the outcome!
Architecture firms ...
After another big sleep in this morning, Cathy kindly offered to take us for a drive after lunch to Vermont, a state over from New York State.
We went to a little town called Bennington. Absolutely gorgeous as the trees are starting to turn to fall colours. It would be spectacular when all the trees have turned to fall colour.
We went up into the Bennington Tower which overlooks the township and far into the distant. Gorgeous gorgeous place and oh so ...
... I am sure that will change.
Fell free to keep posted here as well as the wordpress one. I am going to have an exhibition at the end of the semester for studio, hopefully, so I am going to post updates about my progress on that.
Hope everyone is doing well! Can't believe it's almost October and I am going to be 21, a fully grown adult, in just 18 days. WOW!