Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The House in Fall
This time every year, we love walking to work. The fall foliage surrounds the house in pure New England glory. Last weekend, the Hartford Half Marathon passed by the house, the runners undoubtedly reveling in the orange and yellow leaves. It's a busy time for us, as the leaf-peepers love to stop by the house on their daytrips through Connecticut. If you haven't been to the house in fall, this is a great time to come.
Our guess is that it was in autumn that Twain decided, "You do not know what beauty is if you have not been here."
What's your favorite season at the Twain House?
-- The Mark Twain House