Footpath to Kingley Vale. Vacation Day 9. Today we went for a short hike with Marcelle and Charlie (the dog).
Yew, Pumpkin, & Feather – evidence of fairies in the woods.
The yew trees at Kingley Vale are large and old (400 years or so), they are also weirdly contorted as can be seen here.
View from the Devil’s Humps, Kingley Vale. 3 pictures
View from Kingley Vale – It all looks very peaceful now, but Kingley Vale was formerly used for artillery practice.
South Downs – Hiking at Kingley Vale
Feeding Stanley during lunch in Nicholson’s 3 Pictures
Grandpa – Grandpa and Stanley. 3 pictures
Grandma – Vacation Day 2, Ginger getting some grandma practice.
Newest Addition -We think he looks like Dr. Evil…
Grandma and Stanley.
Supper – Gail and Stanley – late evening dessert in ‘The Coffee Cup’ 2 pictures
Fishermen in the dusk.
Sunset and Fish & Chip supper on South Parade Pier – Vacation Day 2. 2 Pictures
Watching the Dawn.
Dawn at 30,000 feet – Vacation Day 1. SGF to ORD. Two-minute read
We broke our trip home at Charleston, West Virginia. 2 pictures
Kentuck Knob — Frank Lloyd Wright. Our last stop before heading back to Missouri was a visit to Kentuck Knob for another Frank Lloyd Wright fest. 12 pictures
Fallingwater — as close as you can get. The public don’t have access to the place where the most iconic picture of Fallingwater was taken. We have to make do with a spot a couple of hundred yards away. 2 pictures
Fallingwater — Not the usual angle. 2 pictures
Bear Run – But what’s to be seen if you face the other way?
Fallingwater — Frank Lloyd Wright. The view on the opposite side of the bridge over Bear Run 2 pictures