Berrylakers said...GREEN GABLES Log August 4, 1930...
"MIDNIGHT A rap at the door - Ellen responds-Man had lost his way inspite and because of Moonshine. Dave & I crawl knee-deep under cover."
February 16, 2011 4:58 PM
Berrylakers said...GREEN GABLES Log August 8, 1930 3PM...
The County here has suffered from the lack of rain. It is dryer here than any preacher and that's dry. Playing Bridge suddenly we see a cloud of smoke. Lo the Woods is on fire over on the West end of the lake. In a moment the forest is alive with men. "Ye Gods" how a common enemy makes all men Brothers. So a great danger tends to pulverize all social lumps.
February 16, 2011 5:02 PM
Berrylakers said...per Angela Rikaby...The DE FIVE are the Korotev's, Frank being my Grandfather.
February 17, 2011 6:20 AM
Berrylakers said...per Colleen Baldwin...
I do know that my family owned a hunting lodge where Curry's is now that used to rent rooms. Is that what this is from? Very cool if it is. Thanks for sharing it.
February 17, 2011 6:21 AM
Berrylakers said...per Stephanie Cox...
Here’s some info that may jog someone’s memory: My husband, Dennis Cox, remembers hearing about a ‘hotel’ or ‘inn’ that he thinks is now Ken Gruber’s place. Angela: that’s only two cottages away from you –14341 N. Shore Rd. I guess now-a-days it might be called a ‘bed & breakfast’.
February 17, 2011 6:32 AM