Gardens to Gables

Confession of a Weary Traveler

Traveling, it seems, does not do much for my productivity. I enjoyed my time in Chicago tremendously, but my intention to publish a blog post a day for Preservation Month took a severe blow…forcing me to admit that committing to that lofty goal doesn’t actually make much sense, and drains the joy of this venture from me. What I wanted to achieve was to highlight different aspects of preservation, architecture, and history during May, but I think I shall concede that quantity is perhaps not as important as quality. So for the rest of this month, I shall endeavor to share as much as I can throughout the week, but I won’t bombard your inboxes daily. And if the sun ever deigns to shine on the Bluegrass again, I have a number of overdue site visits to make, so I shall see new places in Kentucky, full of unique and interesting stories to impart.

That can only be a Frank Lloyd Wright doorway...the 1901 Frank W. Thomas - the first Prairie style house in Oak Park, Illinois.

That can only be a Frank Lloyd Wright doorway…the 1901 Frank W. Thomas – the first Prairie style house in Oak Park, Illinois.

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