Monthly Archives: May 2004

MONDAY, MAY 24, 2004

Architect We also hired Cox-Evans Architects, and sent them drafts that Dawn and I worked up in a home architect program. The only thing we’re really doing is adding bathrooms, and originally we weren’t going to hire an architect at all, but the contractor wanted detailed plans before putting together an estimate. It’s not a […]

FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2004

Artwork Years ago, Dawn’s mother sent us a company calendar which featured a drawing of the “Darlington Mansion.” I had tried to contact the company about permission to reprint, but they never responded. On a whim, we googled the artist, and found her phone number. Dawn contacted her and she gave us permission for “non-commercial […]

THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2004

Ironmasters [There are many people who know a lot more than I do, but here are some interesting bits that I’ve picked up so far.] Around 1730, John Jacob Huber set up a tavern on a popular trade route through Lancaster County. (This tavern is now the Forgotten Seasons B&B.) Business must have been very […]