For years, a leather sofa circa 1890 was sitting under cover in the Hog Barn collecting dust, while drying and aging. Because it is a clear match to the upholstery styles in Naulakha, we spent hours and several pints of leather renew, bringing this piece of history back to life. It now sits in the …
On February 25th, Ted Reinstein of Boston Chronicle aired a half hour piece on Brattleboro area including Naulakha. Kelly Carlin was interviewed and featured as she & Ted toured the house and here is the link. Enjoy!. http://www.wcvb.com/chronicle/vermont-writers-muse/31486978
We recently received 500 copies of this glorious edition of the LTUK handbook. This is a special edition commemorating the handbook, LTUK, and the success of their years of efforts. We will happily send one off to you for a nominal amount, just please get in touch. Wishing you well…Tristam
Dutton Farm House now has wifi service! Just two days ago, the local internet service provider connected Dutton to its neighborhood cable network. The service has been tested and works beautifully. We hope you’ll enjoy this added feature without compromising your time strolling the lane or wandering the forests..
As I had written earlier, we talked to the Program and Development staff at the Mark Twain House about the profound friendship between Clemens and Kipling and how to link our two organizations. The result is that we can now provide 2-for-1 discount coupons for House & Museum tours.
At the invitation of our marketing consultant I visited Eaglebrook School where Rudyard Kipling spent some time in a log cabin, which I visited, where he started Captains Courageous. Not only did I see where he worked but I also met with several core members of the staff, secured the name of the head of …
On May 8th, over 75 people came to the Mixer we hosted at Naulakha. It was a fabulous turnout advertised by the Chamber via their newsletter and after 75 RSVPs they stopped counting.
Last Friday, we had a terrific visit with the core staff of the Mark Twain House & Museum. The purpose of the visit was to find ways to initiate cooperation and collaboration.
Three members of the Landmark Trust USA traveled to England to meet Landmark Trust UK staff, visit properties and establish connections.