What does a Conestoga wagon, seen here along a camp lodge,
a sundial that faced a drop-off and pick-up parking lot,
an observatory on a hill, complete with moving dome that housed a telescope
allowing viewing the solar system from the inside,
and an automatic watering system of a once spectacular, white barn
that serviced approximately 60 – 80 horses
have in common?
They were all hand crafted and designed by the genius of my Dad for the camp that I loved.
Thank you, Dad for the effort you bestowed upon this place and the work ethic you have always exhibited and have instilled upon me.
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