I was the only one on the tour, and according to the tour guide, one of the few at all, who read the book. I can’t blame them, it’s tedious.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s house in Hyde Park is not nearly as full of strange artifacts as that of Teddy Roosevelt. The home is just as fascinating.
Teddy Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, was a self-proclaimed “book lover” throughout his life. His library and home are filled with books
De Smet, SD the town where the Ingalls were one of its first residents, many of the Little House books document the building of De Smet
The House on the Rock in Spring Green, WI is a very strange and unusual place of an eccentric millionaire who collected EVERYTHING.
Both homes are private properties, but the owners decorated their historic locations accordingly. Cleveland even put street signs to mark the creators.
Just hopped in the car and went to the shops at Intercourse, PA – we never been but we’ll come back. A lot of cute shops (and pricey) from knicknacks to kitchen items, galleries to candy. Of course there were Amish abound as well as Amish crafts, arts and furniture. Our daughter (7) proclaimed that it was “almost like we were in the 1970s”.