|Our 700-mile weekend trip|
Our trip home helped make the weekend sojourn complete. For a long time I've wanted to revisit Fallingwater and was eager for Sam and Caroline to become old enough to go there with us. It didn't disappoint. I could tell Sam enjoyed it quite a bit and Caroline said it was her favorite part of the weekend.
|An architectural historian took this photo for us. It was her first visit.|
|I don't know why this pose became Caroline's favorite.|
Mt. Davis is located near the Maryland border in State Forest land. One must follow a 2 1/2-mile gravel road to get to it. The site is inviting for visitors: parking lot, good signage, a relatively tall (and narrow) observation tower.
|I was excited that there was more than just a tower there.|
|Sherry gives a geology lesson.|
|It's a little scary to be honest.|
|View to the northwest.|
|View to the northeast.|
|Sherry and the kids at the southwest corner.|
Again, had Sam decided not to scale that boulder, we wouldn't have known the medallion was there.
|The intrepid explorer relaxes after his discovery.|
Okay, I used wilderness-y and "interpretive panel" in the same blog post. Obviously I'm at the end of my span for writing tonight. See you again soon.