When I promised to bring you a bit of information from 1893, the year the house was built, I did not realize I would also find other facts and photos that would be interesting from around the same time. Time changes lots of things. Landscape, ecosystems, communities.... it is fascinating to me and to Pamela the changes and what used to be is obviously something we like or we would not have jumped into this historical landmark.
I think it is important to know where we are from as well as where we are heading. To look back can give you such a great sense of comfort to know we don't have the struggles the past has had and how much we have changed and advanced and in some cases, what we have lost.
When I found this photo of what the middle of that park looked like in 1895 I can only assume this is what Emily Baker and her family used to see when they sat on our grand front porch or took a stroll through the park.
Thank you... I will be navigating all over the site and anything else I can find I'm 36 and when I was a child just under 10 and just over 10 we used to visit the Christmas house each year and take the tour and buy some goodies I have been imprinted memories of being in that place it was a great thing to look forward to and I keep driving by here week after week before 2014 wondering what happened who ran that house when it was being used to Turin 4 shows and people were all dressed up and I wondered if anybody would ever rejuvenate it back to them so I'm happy to see that it's in good hands now and that you have done something with it and it is a great idea I just wish I could have shared with my kids what I experienced at the house at their age I have search YouTube to see if hopefully there would be any video of somebody going through that to her but I was before that technical age thank you 4 buying and doing what you've done with it and letting me seeReplyDelete