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Those pics make me homesick. I lived on Rt 7 in Vermont, well, many years ago. I'll never forget those years there. I have always wanted to move back, but I doubt I'd ever get DH out of the south!





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Posted: 09/29/08 09:23am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very nice, thanks for sharing. Nice touch, the poetry, too.


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Thanks again everyone for the encouragement!

S & S


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Posted: 09/29/08 09:41am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very interesting, SilverSand and Dunes. Reminds me of an article I recently read about some kids who broke into the Frost Homestead to party, and generally mess it up when it was closed for the winter. As I recall, the judge sentenced them to study Frost's poetry, with an emphasis on "The Road Not Taken" and what he says about the choices we make.
He's not quite the poet that Robert Frost was, but I'll quote Jonathan Richman and The Modern Lovers...
"You know, ladies and gentlemen, I've already been to Paris,
I already been to Rome
And what did I do but miss my home?
I have been out west to Californ'.
But I miss the land where I was born.
I can't help it.
Dum-de-dum-de-dum-dum-da-dum-day
Oh, New England."
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Reminds me of an article I recently read about some kids who broke into the Frost Homestead to party, and generally mess it up when it was closed for the winter.


Yes, that's correct. The facility broken into was actually the Homer Noble Farm (a basic description would be the Noble farm located at the trail-head to the rustic Frost cabin further on up the hill). The break-in was actually a 'beer party gone wrong' conducted by a young teen-aged person (who worked at Breadloaf's kitchen) and recruited colleagues; it apparently quickly got out of control, paintings, furniture and windows were destroyed, until authorities were notified (by party-goers, who sensed the situation going bad, left early and had a guilty conscience).

The area is currently heavily and regularly patrolled, and anyone caught anywhere near the property (without explicit permission to visit) would be stopped and questioned, and forced to leave...

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Posted: 09/29/08 03:48pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hey Silver, what a bunch of beautifully taken and orated pictures. You are quite the one with words. Now that I've been there in mind I'd like to go in body. Pictures like that also make me homesick, and I've never been there. Still above 100 degrees here in Phoenix, and our 1 day of fall nowhere in sight.

I'd like to say cheers to you Silver, but I'm just not feelin it. Best to you and the Mrs. though, and thanks for the report. It'll go into trip reports soon. (WAIT, that's what you're supposed to say!)
Dave





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I'd like to say cheers to you Silver, but I'm just not feelin it.


Thanks, Dave!

Look, PM me any time you want to make a trip out here!

Have a "cold one" for that 100F Arizona furnace.

Cheers,
S & S

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