Saturday, October 3, 2015
Behind These Doors.
Sorry, I don't know how to do links yet. I am hoping SOMEONE (Kim) will teach me when she comes to visit shortly!
We then proceeded to "Montrose Inn" a gorgeous home built in 1916. No one was taking any photos so I thought I better not. It is now a bed and breakfast after being a private home belonging to the same family up until 1981. It is "ante bellum" architecture and very well preserved. Once a month or so they have High Teas open to the public with all homemade goodies. The bedrooms were beautiful with all period furniture. It is on 6 acres with lovely gardens to stroll through. I could have spent all day there.
Cool and rain expected here for the next two days. That's o.k. as I need to clean out a few more closets!
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