We've had good twisty roads and some fall colour
Baseball has been limited to the sea side Cape Breton diamond in an earlier post and the odd playoff game in a sports bar, and we did manage a short run of Frank Lloyd Wright.
We saw the Darwin Martin House in an unrestored state on Odyssey 1. $46 million later, the pergola and coach house, which were torn down years ago, have been rebuilt and the house itself restored to its 1907 condition.
Then to a Grand Rapids to see the meticulous Steelcase restoration of the Meyer May House - restoration costs, not disclosed.
Ian: "they are all beginning to look the same."
Finally, I got inside Wingspread, HJ Johnson's home in Racine. A gracious, sprawling house,
with a wonderful central space, and impractical but whimsical details, including a crows nest
and a fireplace designed (but apparently, not thought through) to burn 8 foot logs vertically.