Tuesday, April 26, 2016

MOUNT VERNON - PART 2






















































































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18 comments:

  1. I love visiting places like this and looking at all the things they used in the past. Thanks for sharing a wonderful post.

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  2. Fantastic photos and history, Denise! And what a finish with such delicious food! I'm off to fins some ice cream!

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  3. Lots of information and some wonderful photos in your post. So glad you dropped by to share with us at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/worlds-best-meatloaf-recipe-wordful.html

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  4. Hello Denise, what a wonderful tour of Mt. Vernon. The riding chair is interesting. The fruit garden and blossoming trees are pretty. The food looks delicious too! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  5. We love George! What a fresh wonderful post

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  6. Such fantastic photos, Denise, I love all the vintage and views and the food looks wonderful! :)

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  7. It seems to me I visited the Washington site at night and had the dinner. the display area was closed.

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  8. The riding chair is new to me- I've never heard of the concept. Fascinating photos... and that ice cream and bread pudding sounds good!

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  9. I wish I could tour Mt Vernon. Such gorgeous photos to look at, and I would love to eat that food.

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  10. Beautiful fruit garden and good to see the carriage in your post.

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  11. i am on a diet and those last few photos are KILLING me.. i have never seen or heard of a riding chair. these are amazing.. and no oh no on that first photo of boiling clothes in a pot and hanging like that.. soooo glad i have power and washer/dryer... i do love all the photos and that carriage is wonderful... thinking almost Cinderella

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  12. I like it. This is interesting and new for me as an Europian woman :-)

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  13. This is my kind of adventure! Thank you!

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  14. Loved seeing the vintage stuff.

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  15. Always nice to see old George! Glad to see the names of his drivers.

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  16. Great selection of photo's.

    The dessert looks delicious!

    All the best Jan

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  17. Hi Denise, what a wonderful interesting place to visit making a great post, like the look of the pudding. Regards John

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