See how great she looks without all those trees!
Yeah, I have to admit at first I was a tad skeptical since I used to hide behind those trees 45-50 years ago this time of year to lob snowballs at cars driving along Main Street.But she does look pretty damn grand.
I think that fence turned out really nice as well.
Amherst College understands history.
i was driving by the houses the other day and thought to myself how much nicer it must be, for people who come from way out of town to visit, to find the house with it's fence and the other improvements (that i think are ongoing?)did amherst college consult on the job or something?while we're at it, i've gotta say i appreciate the work they've done on 116 as well. they didn't have to do that! class act.
One advantage of a billion dollar endowment.
And yet you always ask UMass to pay for everything....
Just their fair share.
Martha Lyon, Northampton, MA landscape architect, designed the exterior hedge and fence projectRead more at Suite101: Emily Dickinson Museum Landscape Renovation: Nineteenth Century Village Landscape Features Unite Historic Homes http://www.suite101.com/content/emily-dickinson-museum-landscape-renovation-a131900#ixzz1CKory1q4
Here is the link for a story about the renovations:http://www.suite101.com/content/emily-dickinson-museum-landscape-renovation-a131900
historically accurate or not, that fence looks like a prison.no wonder that lesbo poet was a shut-in... she was trapped by the fence. emilesbo dickaintinson
Anon 8:26It wasn't to keep her in, it was to keep garbage like you out.
Yeah, watch it there Anon 8:36 AMMy great great grandfather will come back from the grave and slap you (figuratively speaking of course)
I agree with the sentiment that the fence looks lke a prison. It looks awful. I cringe every time I drive by it. It makes the property look very uninviting.
I get it, she never got laid because the fence kept out the garbage. she needed a banging fo sho
I'm nobody! Who are you?Are you nobody, too?Then there's a pair of us — don't tell!They'd banish us, you know.
whirlwind did the excellent stonework there!
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