Very quaint, indeed! With that teaser ending I had to scoot on over to their web site and read the story of the hauntings. And very reasonable rates, I might add!I love big gazebos! We had one up on the lake in New Hampshire. Mr Ex's mother's family all owned a bunch of property. The Gazebo was used quite extensively for big family BBQs, picnics and covered dish gatherings, etc. Big hugs :]
OH! And the dorm room thing is fabulous!!
you have all the material for a travel magazine. you could do an e-zine and charge a fee for access. you could write a book about travel in the east and publish it.write, write, write.z
what a beautiful place and I love the night photography you shot. Just wonderful.
No you didn't mention it was haunted until the very end of this post, but I'm not surprised. You wouldn't stay any place that wasn't haunted. Just saying.Thanks for another fine history lesson. I've learned so very much on your trips.Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)
Great, great photos and story! You do a really good job on your travel stories. Just sayin.Big hugs, honey...
you go to the most interesting places! i swear! and your blog looks terrific too by the way!smiles, beexoxoxoxoxoxo
I am glad Yankee's article inspired you to take a foliage trip in New England. I really enjoyed reading about your adventures!HeatherCommunications ManagerYankee Magazine
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