It feels a little strange opening up the beautiful door and stepping in -like you were expected. The lady in the office/gift store was so nice and welcoming. She told us to have coffee and cookies. And we did. First time I heard about ms. luhan was in an upper division college class and the subject was the artist colonies in early 20th century America. So, I think I was a pilgrim, really. In awe. So I sat down in the chair and absorbed. And ate the cookies.
Really loved the fabulous kitchen, huge but also scaled down to just the right dimensions. Then, took pictures of the DH Lawrence privacy windows on the second floor. I thanked my college professor.More
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