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Thursday, March 31, 2011


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What a great hidden niche!


This place looks bewitching! Perfect for kids' imaginations, I'm sure.

Preston Earle

IIRC, (local historian Taylor Doggett did the research) one of the Benjamins in the late 1800's had two daughters, one was named Euphemia and the other was named Hamilton. (I'm not sure about that latter part, but I'm pretty sure the Euphemia part is accurate.) It was late in a very pleasant evening when Taylor told the story so my memory is a little foggy.


A great use of stones. Fascinating.

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